The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00084
 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00084

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.. .BY dot VES1'EI1 SlAMJGY in-urd Ihotidin: oi his birth sot he if. thoconijirwition The Frederickburg,'(Ya.,) News narrates azine contains; an excel lent article ,
.. hioJhu! wlulu| ui'Ihnrit'rliz' d world wilLlir.. and ,prop :rlie of cot : eries on.I be-Fwhr
AT TITO JPOtUKS rsaA.aux., M ADVAKCK.CT b'n lu ih:>.fif his death.' JiMrnn.ptmi j lee. It si-onn that this titvuIto; decoction cu'n.j the following-extraordinary: incidents, in the. orahe' United Slates," from which wo select .

:" !'iill ;; AtirnTinxtsrs will be inserted.at' OKI' In4wessntt nn.iI *tains in ono hundred parts, I thirty-four of celiulo4f life of a mann named Watson, who, some fly the fullu'wiD' extract, OJ the ue of: fish- '
ewrjy .nuu:1a in pro Cato mV'liiuf : '; ( wel Ire of ,,'ntl'r I teen Alexnndrin, in11liclalV"re' for food: .
from Jfpars ago -n sc.ttled.in
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.r ; 1tr on/'lDd f!crtKTT'FiTt Ctjrrsforescni'uincnt H- I f.1uq. trine and vegntuble.city nut determined, ten : JyuunK'r.. !;br mUll be f'.el.n-our. oW 1counrr! .

insmion. A deduction mill be made tor not I te"IIlU wee "'Id| i bu')}'nui; and luhimlhnMjtvcr iiI'|f legiiminu, bUll CIlI'o..iru".lhreu' and u half to I he bad four children and subsequently. became .1 un U ouths, additional substance wilt
) iil'iitirnbKr WMM equal Iwh"l it wan, tier i a widower and a bankrupt : .b3 needed
!icf. tnteried for six months. : "M cliiurnifiiialtt! of pottiHMund canemt1, three to till them. More fish should
: bo
'ni my In..'''. In mcr ctiildtiood h.! p1uvdpruu ol '.i'JIt,&) organism, one ot fn'easeinea, n iliou- "With his little children, two of whom weN'rlnuJChlerlt alled for, by the new mouths, as well
advertisements. b for before I as mom
O most paid '
iptil ciiriM'ii-r! in al, uinutciir, tbcllllt'; titIhtltl..u s.'indh: p Irl nf' concretuunti.il oil insoluble he lived ori- u small, farm which beef, corn, und potatoes. But apart from the '

i insrrtic>9cnlrsr>r et regular customer. By referring l h,' t tutric"titad; !, ton inti :ttziuc, ni ijiur in water, a r ihousanchn! part nromantic es- he rented, three miles below the line s'para prospect ot increased numbers, the market

t.. our t'rml.'the requisite sum may be uctr'i, te.nw\ I'lin-nsd Dublin OnivcrHty, oral ilirYI a;ace, six and H half of mineral substnocespiiln'ss. ting Stafford and King George. During the home is not as large,,with the at. ,,
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t'tlbllhllCti b n.trtinhhisofit Anni ri' coldest of the weather in the latter of lion and
'1lDta aim.tmrmtmuu wan tae aavcrtuerncui.D" -' : {l/iiii'.,chalk innifiK-Kiii nhosnhonc.ikul. part present circumstances as it should'
Advertisements not marked with the nuinbrr ut1'itOdrr. 'Ifllhh( u'urk'hu'continued., lill-u! ,' 1 ptturi<<: ,.and "..silieie 'acid, and some' troves of[ December. _"n_ ._ _lust_.___ .big. ._ children_: ...._. __. were n __ seized__"_ with" _n t.be. The_ class to which: we will allude bra i.._

of insertions required will be cintinutd until ;,: l h"ut riuit-Uvn, tt-lira ho n'm-ituJ to bunion; hr! chlurrl.le. After den riding the coropomeni t whnopinir cough, and every ono prostrated. eaters in our cities and towns. These people
\\'II'IIIUIIII on UK! other lIillt; (.flh.; t\l1.II lic, hay.: parts ofcoflt-o M. 1'u d While thus confined their father was take lure great consumers of meat ;
,r[ chared } en procied to describe principally beet: ;
f.rhldand' for. : UK icwivcd an nppointiuei t ill. crmuI.'. lit I its properties's n* nn nnirle of nutrition. Huentuitaln.i with erysipelas and In the same room lay and generally! fancy thai such substantial food

Notice to Djtitur and Creditors, : $7 CO 1' vli ed Anicricji} dad tliuiu. ccawd; to be n i I { it high opinion of its qualities as n the father und children perfectly helpless,, is necessary to sustain men..t their hard la' :,

\pp1ication for Lctterrof Autnirhtrtikn! 500 icp'iblictn; !moreoverliilr* ",.i inK down th s.ifo andjign'eablc stimulant and states thnt C h t While thus confined, some fiends broke ,in hU I bor. But the id"n is fallacious. Continual

, D An reHi\Jlu notices will be formed<< gntuitwilr !: .-t. Lawrenci'fhrpciiciJed down bill cclubrutod I haw' a notable effect upon the nut ilion of the meat ai d fowl house nod stole every fowl I use of stimulating food is injurious to ihe s.ysI --

: ; C.mudinn boat s. ng.j body. ",., by furrtlhinjC'nUlritiIJn of itself, but and piece of meat on the farm. In doing su I tern, and especially i in the summer

t for Sub j Nut long lifter*1m retum hi still! id his fiai" by its beneficial action on the tissue It is, 'they passed through tho garden levelling the, when meat is, in any state not pa licularly'VbofMOmf.l. season
J AHbllU Priming, be Ion I
trust pall : fame ''i'f''f fence and the cattle and \
t by and
I "puUixhiiit! a ru's ot ulmmj.iMltni he Ifi", sII's'S by furnisniitg assimilating ube thereby permitting when animals are known to be
the dclimv nf'th work. I : !* which will! not! nlluw Ms tame lo J go stuntt's than by pret cntingoxnautinnnnd denMurjohincnt hogs! to des roy all the vegetables intendedfor peculiarly liablu :i) humor and disease. It is

!IT AU letter onbtirinrw.nnd e"o5mumeation..', down i/npoiiutrd! so I long MS, iheiv are dupritv- (en empechunl de es dcnourrir) winter use.! The only thing lift'for the not to be wondered at that where flesh is a

mat be nit! ro to receive IIUrnr"n.; I t;d hfflrls to wekowr you! thoughts! in musical Ih.it e >ff jo cxoicwca upon the health a bcnefi- support of that family was a small quantity considerable article of food, at this season,
lilt ire No ddtitit ho livi-d In b- well! ashamednfhisoun ei.il iulluence of corn meal and some unroastcd coffee. Ip those malignant diseases, called summerjpfcom. '

_. -- --- -. -.,-, ... that condition of the plaints should ,
-- Sujerlljitv of ii ii; litiuot sH but II j also 1 di:cus'cd, in the some 'lecture the they lay n large portion cspceiully! 'prevalent
Ordlimucn matting:: provisos* such effi mi n< is ,lluv !ruin him and! Inn !hind gtmliun uf 'he comparative of tim3 without wat without fire and without Light fooJ is
A1 \ qualities
a' tile xpc U1lct! of tiff, City of j V.yon! whet!. thuy uttered!; 'Irir! own hrnrl'splunrirc j ,d ft.. Aiiiitin; ; f..r the year I'rtS'i: | irii'Sjiu-'tix'o, tit'pttldic censorship, "4t1 poor widow In the nrixhborhoo sen', season force themtelve; ,
many ')t'rR'lns still doubted! whether there was to the use of
Tit it ordaiurd ty the Mayir and Aiiltmtn ni f oldest stimulating viands they wjH-ea; ;
ch'itrlv "protr tlinl, genius-and letters IT J no tcm a small piece of meat, and the
nf St Aiiguttliie, in Caitnril A-*,icrnhe l. not es-cniial diff:ri'nce between the two pro. lily adapt themselves to light substances.
Ir City : Bar i
boy not ill tho did long
I sate guide In tljullm''Iuf1tllhllt! the h"';irl isnaturally quits so ns rest as :
duels, bus tin solution. it
of is certain
That l<,r the pnrp--e >f raising! *1I1 "li"1f fur the y,'or I vxiokod in whatever uili'n of : qui Mion was easy us hi* Strength would enable him, crawl to their health will be better at all Jr
tine th'.'ii,, l 1'ltin! huiHred and titiy.two. th. fullovriojr. I p lilt.r Hcetfoot s gar in l lie raw sinto! contains nn es- reasons by varying their diet sub '
.or withv ujti.'ver th G'nt4., man: bu found. :' the fireplace, stir up the dying embers half tiiuliojr par !1'
: TnxfH shall be assessed!, l"vic.IOI1JJUrc. rmy Kentiflod, die 'tiste not smell ot which ore bully a weaker food for the :
..Iourhail" u duel with J 'llry, nn.foiit of thai cook some bread, fry. a piece of meat nnd which uniformly strong. ,l
ted that is to say tOn j disiigree.ibliTlius ihe treacle of beetroot to; they are now 00 devo'ed.
halt d sliv "r.I ane, dIii'i'tI%', an iiequ.ijiiiniico' By nut whereas with offcc without milk or su or.altempt t t re And by-
very able b longing: to residents cunnul bonsai! I in n direct way, the usage, nature will De just as mil '
irhhin Mid( City btt\\'t''uIIIC ayes fir fifteen and ul.icti li.'d) to H fViriiitxhip' wlicrco Hj.r.iiitf nn t"' ai-ju of wine t'ullur IH tit'an agreeable flavor, hove the hunger of his; dying father and sis: this wfjy an the other. A satisfied in 1
fifty-five years. Twtlrr and m half ccn!$. I ill'iu1IIc'V tvl.eri-liy h' bvc+,me llie dt'pttsitorv.d :; 'for life cil fintal: oil which it contains is aroma? tcrs. On one occasion weak and feeble ns boring men of course, will great of 1:1-

64 every slave belonging to n nnnrcsUcnt of this : !IJv'rt-"'" niitojrnpiiical; n-tnorand, raid uitun ic, Mid im some resemblance! in taste lo vanilIt. lie wan, he MB':1 Kered'r through the snow to aneighbor's >I ness of our argument, but (here deny is the correct.

bate fur hire or ae"!c', Ten Dalian. I'iMy i hii nioiiriiphfr.. I: But beet root MigHrwicn! it completely : house lo procure fire. At on<) large class too, ,who a cfua.aod'J
cannot fail
able bitJled Free of hut no find, time the> rther nnd children would bo crying to acknowledge
k On every person cola male hr'm publications earned a.roptriiiion lefined, differs in no sensible degree from refined its validitv. -We refer
*& or female between the ages of fifteen and fifiy.five which,iinly th' vilo will rejoice to cane suicar.-In aprenrance it is quite for water, nnB riot a drop in the house izens, natives of Ireland England to the France adop cd cit
r Tvo Dollar vindicated and no one to it. Thus they lay for Germany --
j' year* I pi rpctuattvlm; ut unco his own genius i'qu tl,lo cone sugar, and tho process of refining bring' &c. men who are now
:{ On every two Wieelpleuure carrisge drawn by unit! n-iidorrd his Krovvllini! the morn in it io inure in the cu .e uf the latter. several. days until God in his- mercy, took i inveterate .beef-cateis of the among the most
.' easy : but
,' one horse Oaf Dollar. exctixubliby th) im-ompanible! set ol lyrics two of the children. Two dive; did they lay i in the old count/y. who
On every four wheel! Carriage drawn by onr borne, which: lif isitn-d ui.dertnu tiiieofl: i.h M--IO- corpses by the aide of their sick parent, and countries.were necessitated to a much '
FUAUD3 weaker
Dizuaa. Few diet
F* Ttoo Dalian.On 15 persons, among ; and who can remember that
dies; a collccliuit which mu.t live n* < no one to prepare them for. sepulture and
long n th"u, a ids who -suffer from adulterated and when meat
rverf four wheel carrisge drawn by two horten. was a rarity to them, they
the Etuflinh toriguo .sn rucdium: of IOIblcal.1ex.rca.lun convoy them lo the tomb. A nun accidently were lust
cltlJlllprfek drugs and nvdicinen have as able
four Dalian.OneVrry nf any pRlSltlllJt by t'oll'd in found the family as as now, provided they have other food,,
pcetic though. Then followed ,
i' hone kept for hire snl 1 other horses not suijiiciim of the extent of their use. Until t,) sustain hard: labor. There are other
ae ;3fleip( llr I lorlebor. FiJtJ..cu lira unu peat work-L, llu Rookhu series of the eollege of pharmacy took mfnsur.i to so- Ke have described them the father-blind and to recommend the course we reasons
that is
:ant.Zro.aeettrl-.by a.lebdttf' tbteatfxuf Insen/ib/e with his two dead children--onefroZHrrtif'deathslying propose ;
Licensetubiveorktep po p >
\ 9. S, it farther ordained For every curethei uirtrv-ttKahtaiHripositious: '' a, vicious taste which continually
any and every Oirt, Dray, Wag- and nil forming n gorgeous Oriental rbm.ince. ,,I;: by mercenary fabricators and nitu'crntors: by bissideand left kind of food. -Taste h only craves one.
of either lor the i hU publicution'citrried his ffim 'o its highest them in that condition. Two days after this proHl'y'culUia"e.&cd
von or Carringe purpose the R mount fuss incalculable. Fven now, by the use of a variety of kinds
1'I and the'
mil rinse that hu has not nddcd the father died. The night preceding his :
furearryineor trnn roriag! for hire or rewnrd.Goods point; any since nn inspection of imported drugs ha! pleasure arising from a taste thus
: Wreor Slercltundi'ornny) other property fiora I groni confri' uti.in to poctry.-'l'hr. EpicUrf'nn'j i I been established in cur custom-houscron tbeii death' he had a hemorrhage and bled most much greater than that exercised is
resulting from
within thin the of is of G profusely- By ton siJe were hisson, and bit ono per-
oat place to another city at rote In prose, poetic romance ; recommendation, it requires our constant at. petual l stimulus. The change is .f
SifDolltn j-er annum I lio K:>ve to flue world a controversial work in I tention to kei'p" the nuisance under check. daughter, barely able to raise their heads, but mended by Moat: again recom' a

$ 3. Bt it farther ordained That section", two, the form ofti fie ion in 'favor of Popery, of Wo' learn from the March number of the nerved lo tho occasion they sat by him the article of food economy., and with the is already dear*

three fur, six seven and eight, of the Ordinance! which he. h.il nlwnys4irrn the nJtitwni; h" New York Journal of Pharmacy, that the Importation whole night alone using every means! their in population and present rate of increase '.

making provision for the expences, ond for pa'in.1 also \vroio n't isi ry of Ii I I.nil, ad was a manufacture and sate of spuriousd.ursare intont minds could suggest kl staunching the present beet'- a ronlinuance'orabe
the debts cf Watson's cunsaming rage the cost must be
of tin City: N. Augustine b.ood. A poor widow the dor of '
regular contr-butpr: 1' r to some 'jf j'
many years 1 still continued and to extent more and :
an more enhanced
third dayof March 1P43, and alsi secibns, two | moiiih magazines. HU career had been death heard of itcame to his house, had him ; tl.e certain tendency
y formidable but that .will be ,,of this circumstance
they id
still.quite a continual
three aodfinrof the Ordinance making provision depression
and his two dead children buried, took the
smut d the
f0rtlteexpsnet of the City of St. Augustine pasted much upon by real; though so vrtdutilly much reduced, and more and more sick ones homo with her nursed them and of tha working) population, of which they

the sixth Joy of January 1851 end all other ordinances humble! in his origin, his talents soon curried kept out of tho market: and the shops gener has since restored hem to health." I mutt be as s.-naible as,any. The remedy, of

. and pans of ordinances, that ran be op- him into the ITKM bail "&' .t rircle, and ho wan ally. Nut only is the inspector's duty faithfully course is in the substitution, partial or entire i

plied in aid of the provisions i>f this OHinancr! except nil along tin t ivored u many of the first in the performed, but scientific men are now which mils' eventually happen of sheer necessity

socb as may be incontinent with thin, b* and land. Out his latter days' were clouded both i. moro frequently associated with dealers in Spiritual Rappings-A Mglltry.-A very ,1f choice is delayed of some other food.

1*' ameere hereby declared to be in full force. with difficulties anal affliction, it, is believed drug, suspected nrticles are tested, and tbo mysterious affair occurred at a house in the We, hope with the spread of intelligence, so j

Pasjed in DecembirC, 1K.SI. that likrSooti: and Southcy, his mind bad lost results published. It would hardly be believed Northern Liberties on Thursday, which has aplily increasing see our mechanics, art:-

GEO. L. PHILLIPS, Mayor. its balance long before he diuJ. that some time since a canto of bark was caused no little worujer and amazement among sin', and l laborers genrally correcting the abuses ,

Ij Attest, In looking back: on Moor's career ,the man sent to this port on aecouot of Ihe Emperor of the residents of that vicinity. On Thursday in their modes of J living which they haveso

CHAS lAAGER Clerk of the Con ucil. who only thinks of success nnd talent sees but Brazil, which proved to be quite worthless I I morning, the occupant of the bouse and his. Ion4 been subject to, and advice on which

brilliancy b.ii one wholcnnnot; help following and was not admitted, as it would have beenin family were astonished to hear several of the they have so long disregarded.; In the case of

A ;.uOrdlaance an ndd2ioii: to nu the individual into his closet' following the effects former years.In glasses in the windows of the upper story of their food wo would recommend to them all

:Vii. A Ordliittucc rebating the Po af public act IDto the soul, and the soul this general subject every individual. the house break. Shortly afterwards several the use of fish in l lieu of at least half of (heir ,

Ilea of the City of St. Augn.tIsw. Into the future world i is'Impressed with a very personally interested.-New York Exprett. others! were broken and Ml out into the meht. Good qualities; of dried or pickled fish*,

Bt ordained, oy lit Mayor and Aldermen of melancholy conviction that be mast have yard, and what was wor.>p, the breaking continued properly prepared, with the accompaniments.. f

slit C.tJ./. At.gwstiire, Th t if any person or wished to blot many a lint he had written; and Increased Duration Life.Professot until twenty-two panes were demolished of the ordinary dinner vegetables, will nOl, the: ,
persons shall commit or cease to be committed or that now though hcnce.deporied: he is stirringIn I average of and scattered 'about the premises. It venture to sty,bo long liable to the chargeof "
aid or be concerned in committing any trcppaw upon the minds uf many'sensualizing and dt'grad.I Buchanan Mechanics'in Institute interesting of Cincinnati lecture makes was suspected at first that some malicious "unsavorit.ess, or dificiency of nutritive pow- "

any lot, garden, grove or plantation within the ing, pnwkn*. ; trio person was doing the miscbi f. The police er. For break'astlon, a broiled fish is at any
City of St. Augustine, pr upon any fruit tree. shrubbery We,have n good right to complain of every the following observations upon average were sent for, but could not discover how or lime better adapted than a beef ateak, however
plant vine or vegetable growing ia any genius who I.1 aves behind a legacy of conlunvination duration of lif>,the effect in part of the improvement in what manner the glasses: became so suddenly lender .nil however pressing the invitations'

.aach lot.GIlden. grove or p1tnteti' nor shall be concerned ; wo hnve good reason to pity every one, in medical sci-nce. He says that In demolished. it conveys through, the olefaciories ; and tor

in destroying or carrying away any fruit, the fruit ot whoso doings is the more eager or the I latter part of the sixteenth' century one watched and tea a stripped dried pollock< is in oil respects
'vegetable thing of value therein such half 'Qt all thnt were born died under five They carefully every nvenuo
or growing :
more joyful tratifgnsxion of others, n* It is leading to the and two of preferable: to the daintiest bits of smokedbeefv
alley potted
person orpersoasiffree) shall on conviction for easier for jndcd oldi( ri to march to music sit u years of age, nnd theaver.1ge longevity of,the place .
toads: number the roof of the house adJoining
each offence be fine lit upon -
subject to a not exceeding ten sin when whole population was but eighteen years
is tor a to
easier wraryjeonscicnce
dollars' and the of and so that they could look into the
costs prosecution : a slave, the seventeenth one-halt the population
enticed' by the witcheries of a lyre like Mo">re ., century but the windows continued to break LIFE IS SWEET
fee she be
shall liable rooms,
or not exceeding
ten stripes, and the like to costs whipping: And in every ('leeofeoA'fictloD or fired by one like By' on'.. How much bettor l {Ire 1 over twenty-seven one-half exceeded years. In thirty the with fearful rapidity before their-eyes, without A fema'e under the escort of two genltemn -

the offender. shall stand committed to leave behind only, lays whereby a weary >it f forty years, of the their being ab'e to dUcsver in what man was taken on board the steamer Ham i

.nitt t the fine or penalty and all coats shall' have pilgrim in go been satisfied and paid: tiara new march ot holiness! James Slonlgoui- present century, one-half exceeded forty learnciad mischief engaged, and all the preliminaries arranged

. L* ilfurtktr ordained That it shall not be law. fry, v> hen called hcncei will bequeath to youth from 1888 to 1845, one-half exceeded an onion passing through one of thanes ; for a trip to St. Louii. The lady was taken

w Coil for any merchant or shop-keeper or other person and age pleasant accompaniment' 'for their bet);-th ee. The average longevity of these but the room from whence it came was unoccupied into the cabin and the two gentleman went

to keep open a s sore or dispose of coy good,chattels trucgle against sin, arid neither youth or nge successive periods has been Increased from and he M" ns puzzled! to know what shore. In the course of an hour 'or so, she-

wares or merchandise on the Sabbath day or wi,1 bo tempted 'o sin b)' any of his effusions. eighteen* year iu the sixteenth century up lo hrce propelled it from the room into the began to sigh. From sighs she wore into

barter or sell the ..me. hall on conviction be find Correspondent CAri'l uI!Acl ocalt. forty-three mid seven tenths by our lust re- street. We visited the house yesterday after those spasmodic incipient which mark the

ia the sum of ten dollars for every such offence, together port Lieut. Nutt, and bad approach of hysterics, and seemed '.o.ltru *
with the costs prosecuting the same.Bee rebellion bruk 'tluin the \in-on district These facts are derived 'from the medical noonnccomPanted of nceing'nnd by bearing tbenpirual Rte to avert that most unpleasant crisis, and
'." : /artierordained it shall be lawful Genev to this country nn opportunity ,
not statistics
of Canton province. Chung, the district mid K- Applied cracking There were several office I finally got up put on her bonnet and shawl '
lor any person by himself, servant or scent: to give, such on irrprovemcnt: as is here exhibitedfWffll ,
istrate made: prisoners of nil tilt' literati of during the who had the started ashore und stopped still! upon the
, sell or barter to any slave or slaves any vinous first and second rank ; Wont' ,,whom ?examined OO to 1845, would make a variation i in 03 mortification: duty there of witnessing day,some seventy: gangway; plank, looking down into,the water
pWions or intoxicating liquors without en expresslicense our bills of mortality of more than half a ,
dues with
as to the perpetrition-fof the deed tortured broken. without able to discover A deck hanJ approached a barrels
ia writing from the person having the con tae vest severely that hedird under the Inillion, or fifteen hundred deaths daily. panes being Sun. 'Out of the way there, midam* said he.
trol of Mid of
slave or slaves under the penalty oftwenty the secret Philadtlphta
dollars for each and every offence, with the intliction. Upon this! the villager lOse rnrn.ifisc How deep is the wat r here, sir, she irnquired.

,eo ts; and thlafonner shad be entitled to the onhalfofaidpenalty e : tied Chong to 4) tree gave him a t-er- FATAL ArrRJ.y-Tn'IIl'mphs) E ,g'e and .
number of blows with n bamboo shavedoff A txcx or bGErtnTr.-An American writingfrom knee ,
trio 'Not more'n deep.1'It
: and if the person or persons Enquirer Saturday last wtys: itA difficulty
offending i shall be a licensed shop keeper his otheir r his beard and eyiibiows, and dismissed,I occurred at Bolivar on Thursday nignr, n- Florence Italy says, that in that have city, won't do," said she with a sigh! which '

said license shall be revoked. him to tell his tnle to rite deputy governor of bout nino o'clock, between two young men there i is not an auger and the carpenters she exhausted upon the weather-brown face ,
holes sit h.
'Pax.aia c..mcn the killing van polioumcn who attempted nothing but a red-bot poker to bore deck band and the
; ,NIJ i6tb, 1851.E. province, named LnntfStreel" Crisp nnd Thomas Shaw of Ibo barrel. 'It won't
the wood in 1
wood there holding
B. GOULD, Mayor. to defend him.A .1 in which the former was shot After somewords They saw by between Ihe do.:
t, I both bands, and the taw-frame '
had passed between them Crisp drewn destitute of 'Why T aske 1 the deck hand..
And in thus city, *o
"p- CtAS. HA, ACER.Clerk of the Council. OU'rluol.-On ih'e night of the S9th ult Pistol Dud taking bald of the bam I, com mechanical knees. contrivances yet the finist sculpture 'I want to drown myself. I'm persecutedOh .' 11

'J a cllmpo..itur in the office of the Cincinnati} menced beating Shaw on the head with it. A\ I
;, 'Zoofll Powder, &c. nquirpr wr.i: knorketi+ down wjh a "'colt'* the third or fourth blow the pistol went off in the world is produced. exclaimed the deck 'hand. 'Go to

t'. CIe't'el..iI.'l Tooth Powder EnglirhU while retuining home from work dragged .shooting Crisp through the heart, killing him the Rtarn ; Ten feet and arisin. 'a

U? Tocthbrujhes.Colofrne; Water French rap, intOiin oUe-"",)' and]robbed of his week instantly. Tho jury returned verdict that SKATE IS A HORSE'S ETC.-A correspondentof Sure enough ahA phsocd around the barrel rtl'

t. C.lpLor Soap, Honef Soap. assorted Perfumes earning, his hot and colt?. He was left 'in a he came to his death by bis own hands. 01 r.. the New York Post,vouches as a fact, that walked :ashore and plunged into the water at
f9teoateOi.Bean OU.toilet Powder fine Sponge, the stern of the beat, screeching 'help 1 aimoltancoutfly ?
villains nnd did exhibition in
state of insensibility by the Snap was not mal riRII hurt, al'hough! he Living horse which is now on i f *
Httt Dee, Rose Water Military Shaving & P, not'recover sufficient strength[ to reach hi* tell thinking be was shot." a that city contains in his eye a living animal, with the splash The deck band ,
t Strops Brashea Rogers' Jockey Ckbb' left the barrel toils fats and rescued the
Perfumery, home until between fur
&:e. Also\ of & Wortenkoa'a some
an assortment Loge Instead hysteric cough.
the rnornig. Hangingis altogether too easy and a motion'as an eel or a watersnake. man. potions cal\
: I t tortuous
Catlery, Fancy Dote and Path letter P* er. honorable death] for tne scoundrels Death is the wish of some, the relief of rapid fy was the last rn demand.-Cin. pour'
and too a .
W mail by
of all.
I many and the
his hard earnings. ,
JIH 931L who would rob a printer cf )

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THE ANCIENT CITY. -The Convention." Thh. dellcit was owihgt .,lo. the freshet at TATEB: r 1fr.xlro.-.l.h dites"from; the i iotH tn sc? Ihe, "(ir .ll3..trtf.: nod ntudc -m'tl!'. \;

I | Stockton and its vicinity. city of Jlearicnl'a' are to the with! ulU ant (!oVHI'a followed: the nir.riibiH la the depot, tilt :

j Wo:; have not yet receiveda formal and, : Cruz M iho Lstinst; Tho I papers ol the iu) fiithii-nstic d'-moni r.ilioni were m ale_ -, : .'

P !, official account of the doings cf the Demo-I! A large number of AracriconsHiicnrVoang( capital -i> Hint it i ii certain that GI-II. Cnnales .',At nil tinlawns b.'lwurti ,\Ulu.lln'ttl: *Ch trie,*. -.t

1 I held at M.idison men, an out .of cmiiloyineht.aiSncromeniq ; P has declared Cnmargo lo bo n f.eft.I'Irl. and ton the cars pasted num!>+:r* antiou tit 11"1*, .+

crane: Convention, r.-cen ly : 'riij, : tocktuit: nnd..othcr, cnn d Ilit.i 1' rwnir .f Vera Cruz makes this the sub- UIMtecf'l look nt thorn m whn in sd imicHtalked $,

Court,, House. { CPJ,btecnm n Ut1I'tl c 9 I In Iho. +-ihil of Oi ',.ld. lt..n' n'Inn* article :The following statement, however, of thcs -, 1f1 Gf'.n .+make .no m ntFon of thIS, and I"' 0 .,
,tGDAWTY or FEPEIUL RIGHTS AID! DETtRMtsfcrRESISTANCE J nilru and Iouffi.rin ;. ..... __ ; .. ,-s
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fiminntlons and appointments made by. thathod1'is : 0 :. N'+'dtfn0l btfiievo! it to be iu?. it '' 1& <
TO ALL WHO ..OFFOSE DIEM.s i ,. I kn e.f in .J I The, I kbits $Lollis'NaUl& The / t
s which its correctness i wn mm employ us n jWtf'ur Et i Sislu; ; flnllllUCt.s tht} dr.,lh front Itltn ; n. !Pi'll. ;
I from n Router: places Sin h'ranciaea t&ho& 'writes hom<5j I>n 1\ii '.i r",, n au.o.! d''u"lIn" uthrceYhtexic!! .in nlficc'f1 +, ;;treat of, Frfn.r: 'J-f, t ytll AUGUSTINE, APRIL 2.,h ft33:. beyond adoubt.r Y Turk JI.u.rn.ltr 1
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Cnl. fIbht .
nun : 'W'Z..lcJ, 1 .) rit
.& .. e r.mmin thing: for well dres cd >: ,..' rn( Yihfule .i !
l'031I ATIO 'n'f i1h11uhw... ,IIJII 1..lt.. Jhuel Cw'rt'f hc rut i seven m iliMfsuimnrtr nail ci;;hi an the: Will- f
OT We acknowledge with the re.ceiptfrotn 6r com into ht< pit co arid beg a n1!. ""f
.thanksjj taj examine i I l ;
:af'U' and
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fur Oowmor! -Hon. J. E, Dro mr.. c.tlluf'Jx jn..Uy'suvrp., in hw remarks, up-n ilncuinenTs -
Senator's Morton and MnjTory, n K. Maxwell. .ent.ns they ale out fcf money and st:1fVII1J: (: j mSerab.le. udiiMubtration of' tlm t iut ern- nf npoit.ioec ; arranges lha tM ,tk.'lIi, :
t several interesting and valuable 'pullifc: documcnls. For Congress- If f rgetiW his 'oivn pecuniary inters .lr.,>mint: of Ih. d iy with his aida and orderlies. sj
Eastern; Dist. Ele /or-McQcen Mi-Inl'wh. itfcni Marine cnlh the his phy.siL-i.iri at nim o'clock ; lakes a ;'
: I he give* n ml ftof virtual, Ihev comej; Tho' Minister of War and Iurll ":
.' .. ..: Alternate.S. St. Georgc'Itugers.tliddls nttention of Conjiross .o the m''n'rlnur snrviceof in the (!.'rdcn! of( the Klyste ; look over the ;
j' I ,* again, hang round until he-is forced to Jti
t. Elector-J. Carrawn>\.anith. ; 1 Gen. Cannlen, 'vnl",,' and Jarf'J 1JI. :rneul. \vsrtrrs. ('.Inkut.arh' thu Esa.sh: ; glut's >;
GeR. Stottand the Soulfc. tho pninf.il) lark of bidding. ,them to 11UJ.t\e' I ,, ",) Alltnla -lV.. AVhitc. 10 : (; Valentin, an-t t other oflVerOn'defening I j! { tirl'a II. J;

it will be seen by the ;following p xlrnc s, WesternEltclor-JcsiQ Coo. C".IJf'P.--1hat 1 II*<< lctrve IhGpmrni!;; "c _, the lulu! attempt at revolution ofCiirvii.pl ; nndrecommend ;'I brcuklstshcetThulc.: ('rbn'akthsthe 4
n 'intt n person ur lender feelings '(tnauiih-a! : -* that tiieKQofficers be suitably recompen take hilt sear nl the council of the llinMetlf/
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"hlchVe tftko fifouthe.nWhig !
from 'I'
prominent : Alternate-Dillon Jordon. 'rough *, d. *ho (isti.-illy assemtde .-l'oro noon tie ride
m n to look ni;) ho can't stand this ordtol -
papers ; that Gen Scott, is )n a,:"rnthc F Delegates Jom. State at Large to lhe. Baltimore 'TheiJlo call upon" Congress M pts< n riH olk-n nil possible, 'and for about nn hour f
and lot this i i:4 the 1
._ tight place" in! reference to his attitude upon Contention.D. cau c going quit law for the promotion of im I iiMti', and a c1un horseback or in n tilbury : on his- ;it..

the"compromise qar.tloni If ho vcnbrcs todeclareor L. YulN business and tamus himself to tho mines. I speaks of the policy of encouraging GermanTho : return he trl s:1CI4. busjiio** until the dine" r- f:

it Seward his darkies aril thc S. W. mention this n*, one of the beat illustration! of cmirnuI: In onniz: in Jlrx.cn., h'ur-six. He entertains a' dinhcr, *'veral (
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; ptnccr.
the reality of iho laics of suffering sent homoby' ; U-gWaturn of Vera Cruz has! resolved I limes durm? the: Wt ck. n large number of .,
Bympathtzrrs, will drop him, as they would Fur En'crn. DtricGo.d" Humphreys. to peiiimn-thn General Government lo permit French and foreigners. His cvemnstii n ea|. *

.molten Icad, and if he continues to play mum, .1 ;'to.. .* Chas Byrne young men now. living in idleness in Cali the fnirocudfun cf firuun fl-mr into thu lilt d to :she tliea-m or the balls: He often la-

.**. :tlio II -i II J G. Dell. fornia. I'OM in hw cabinet or study, a rotw.d- ,
,on : eubjcci ; even Soptbcrn Whigs "wt I ports of Vera Cruz and Tom flab at 86 per privatij .
t'L of him.* For Middle Di.tricl'K.. Allison. On Sunday morning about 2 o'clock, somefrom barrel. erahlo pan ,of :hu niiI.K. His p'iysic.a.i has :R.

..none, ...... -'.""_II' j..._,.'--. ,.. .7't" ,F ,.-V '; ...." .. lli..L1r. :.. ....i.l-tfi hf fomn'ptely.JlCCjatblMj:1 'mentioned l In me, (uld. < "oMrV.J 'hitTnvcrn be. .
thai physical, cf the dunk'y, between (ho two 'S Jno.Vtstc n. < llK'ir siumherli; by the explosion tit n large tftlTn--llain I tp JiR.-Mhe! inGuatf .urgtnts Th.rvmg trti mi- nut nf' Mon prti if s UUCl ur

sUks of 11 Wester* fesn Coe. in h-.r-:1Dd: judging from present n r. btiiler tne KU:!nr factory in Duane slr'ch .
.. u .. fcd from Guaniijuato to reinforce the Knrri+ftn. 1 Iv mamfts'iil. The English stories of lait
pearoncrfl, he is doorh'd we think, (with ull : J"hn Jul'inn.Chandler where, in detiiincc of the laws of Cud and man '
.. nt .Matamnroi. Tne Sushi of New Leoti.con- ,"flying into a rn () .m dialogues with mu S'cft'' ;,'
,respect, for she contrary opinions of other'I' I! 'I 'I C. Y ung('. .. the work docs not cease on the Sabbath. Af liriwa to suffer from the deprecation of the uru ludiciouslv contr.istfd with his characttrrisicsciTcontrol. .

to a similar, faf" so tart .as official advancement Southern Thos. King. .. ter they bU'r51Iht'ir boilerhnwoverthc business Indians. H..H hubitunl ti rtlioiliutl .
.1 II.. II \V. i r.*3< rve +in speech are such taut there i h
Is lcCnll. no
conce.rnl'd-tbfl was for the balance o' p
quotations wc-glvonl: 11 i! probably suspended
or is EUROPE. Thf depth litical llfibbs could unlock bun when his .
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demand and abandonment ot, his silent ptlli.I i. M. C. Brown.:, the dar, ns fLhl men were badly wnld'dOn of purpose
I poular ignorance ;in Europe, i is son vast that t is in be elna' From+ twin t.. time he tulk.i

cy i and si.cm;: to say to: him ; to use the language Wonro, informed, that the Delegates are appointed .the Kinv.S bbath! I saw from my. win it is incredible. In Sardinia, for example.. over with the mo+t intelligent men about him \

of(he poet ; (not; perhaps with perfect -withoui instruclions, and thai the following dnw !in Chamber. street, Iwo' elltlf'mcn"IIIII- by nn olSctal report 1\ ing before me, while I it whit he.-intunJiCio-write" i hcdiJftlh': hw subs '

.accuracy) which King 7 speak, or die. nronmong; the Resolutions unanim-us- inK billiards! in the very arjstocntic club-hnu&e arms that religious erfHtilHhment+ arts superabundant. j'!(ri, and prepares IIM topics Toad cumiusilun,

I .In our humble! opinion; the Gen. i i-1 in his ly passed by tho CClnvl' tifJn.On .- .. nppo ile. ..rhcycro also two military parades are but 1 .in Iho.p.mplevhu over every I 14,00 can;read one and in rite ouloru ho iiocs his penal nil.t .

;Presidency seeking ; not a little oufol his true affirming the (he Regulations: of '93-' )9, ihrou-rh: Ihc.strrct. cvcFy fourteen thousand., I write out Hit*nor figures

element :-his genius is c8cntia'ly, if not entirely and Mr. Madisou'd report. It does n't seem entirely! superfluous] then, lest it should) be deemed nn error. What; Later from. llatatut'-A Persons Terrible KiWJ. Iliot-S
,. roilitnry, -ho hue not the experienceknowledge Another adopting and endorsing the halt; that some earnest Ohrisiinns from various dc i i4 the popular ignorance; in France I haven'ver NEW ORLEASS: April 16.-U nn ar-ivaf' !Seto' 't
; and amenity. spin'1, to comment more resolutions of'44-48-and another deprecating nominations: should >ffiive me: : every morning bolo Uvi: able nliogother to ascertain I.. lay; thn'rnbli official (Kopurls ''we. have advice lrcii Huvuna tu'tne 7th iaslant. .
n contnisci
him,. and has bern too loi'g accustomed tmiko < the agiuition of the slavery question n d uring ,the last two or three weeksand intum wi i'li ".y |MrMiiiil bscrvatioii.+ In E 'KI.utc I-. : *

his military will;, ,, the paramount law ; -the revival ot any past issues, as being mischievous ,: to unite every morning until the May nnnh'erarico I he popular i::nor rice i is enormous nnd) ih; A tcrriblofi oceirrrnd ncsiribccityof H>ivana -

11 tc bo rightly qunlified, for civil .:government; nnd calculated) to cause division, among far the purpose ol praying God to Im'emerc Bi jo Lip nf ',H'h sect k i-iw ili.it 'commonschool ttucriean mi :sailors.he' 7tn, bfin-ct-H Qiitc n ihe teJrmidnble English and, ',

I V in the exercise of \vhichnosuch; arbitrariness; ,the people, and'weaken the bond 01 Po )" on the.city, Soil grant, n revival of j pun liuMicc* ;vi|: destroy! iii'xiiipoiicct oland leacuiu=. her of lli'-iii were arrived on both sides.nun

as characterises him can be tolerated. ElJ (c lihcallrntcntity.-'; nnJ undefiled religion in our midst. Tfie.-c ;rsrhnoll hw.ll.cy pju-si are t ayrcid torn t-,al n>..ul'.''''Irl".t.prhlIti1: e.xccption IH .Sveril) wore Killed: on both aidrs, and many

! should confine himself, to the profession, mii Ii. We hope to be able to give in ,our next. n daily meetings occupy from 8 to >9 A. M..nl J I to the nlht of i igiMnuce;, brt:1nr .. b.idly woun Kd.Sci :,

i i Hire ; In which he is sufficiently nt home-the full arid in an nu'henMc' form the cutirupfo.icccJings lik" place in! the Presbyterian 'hurch: in :oust:: the battle ul" J n1. it becanv---rt'ru )' I'espumFjihad: ih y becorn that tho nuhuritifs .

I! battle-fttid, is his appropriate theatre of n of the Convention. Brpome ., t. wen the Revd. Wul.l'tacn! > i iIhe I fir till nt, ':n r l-il ic.esiry lo call) nut Ihij f
r- Pa Manv I nultx.ln' it, in w.t :lic.; l.I} "ir r.'" uric: inMia'V: tn p. ;j.soivu ofd-r anj quell the di,-
with +Inr.
the. clergymen
though he at'en.l.! Nw i orb is .
(as an : New York : ex ending ilit-i' mJiv.djnlity.rri.: : : 1.'ltrr. U.IIlIl"q !lb-!t&ttJ..1 lu: "unlf Ile\8 hidI
acquaintance of ours sometimes expresses: 0 Correspondence. very mu:h "behind ihe lighlhou IJ them! it. I I Ii I'tt r- >t. re,!j nnd m.,:I) ut l ho nflundprs arr.Vid .;

himself: "an open: Kun": ," his game, is one, NEW YORK. April 13, 1853.: ter ol religious' i ijlnminatiun.nnd' in this rts- K"J jiSiJiM IN i/KOit
hard to beat ; but jn political contests! nndI ; I donut know, that your readers, and yourmembers pert the rili .C to the East of us are riVHdrillv! .1'1''It. IC'iiMi h IMr -sp} 'nilnt I oi'th-,. \. "...III I. | o igiin.ni; 1 (IYI1"I'+' in drunk -nne anl ,. "
of'Congress, feel any desire to have \ I, Till.mi:; cues |t.le uluxtiii 110'1 ;11I"' "- in Iw"1"lr i-'Hru "it t it li'I tltrnaui"n.ll,
I civic he would' ahead. They othu
pursuits, wo Seem not only in closer .
fancy .
: prove n national npprnpti.atiun made to remunerate e pltl.' 1II 11nayars" tr ivN t ttirou,'h our :;l.tlH. It'e'iur, c..tbuL uJ, tilt, nth tho .11'flH1hUlP.I .
sadly deficient ity to the sun of tho solar system hut .
neareralso A
:the proprietor of the Collins Imo i ur glsnt s.tlu'e was uiveu u; Oti> Ill it ---1- -
The ,Petersburg Intelligencer says : of Americanmail I to Ihe "Sun of Righteousness' A.llhi 1 I : ,. whero ;:.'..-en"r:4; d'rnc. :N'ot Invi-ix auv IM-. .,.,. ,, ,, t.l ..
Steamships; : the losses which 1 Ioru\: :: rs ( :.-We translate I the
."Nothing less than a distinct publc pledge! they haveincurred is not because we are without faithfi: I nn I nl non, nor any H't HJ, an 1 tti i .tnu lit .fl.! 1 Ivuti bdlrln Iiuiii l.re tV. ::..'
, to support nnd enforce the in building! these vessels upon- u mht!l- anted excellent/ I % htiiiiiiby :i iv.iVciil I M\v1 ria. : ; .1 rii Mi nc wpip ;-:
, compromise" law, j preachers, and religious |1a ; ni in I"'> 'A ci rreyt MndYi.i\.t Vi. .
: publicntion -ina iiH-nti' r a ,' ,
ejl.a. ; -
and to resist the doctrine of il1lf'fVOliors, can i el ant) style wmcii, renders them sup''nur' to : \ve have' both. \ nrr an utr;::ital uJ.I' \"-*,1 ti: i.l,1 ant':Tf |-t, i .: liirli-jv>cnii' .ilqjiti', n !Uvrlrscu:1

secure our support, and we believe we rmvI"I ) thing afloat; .still I would not think placing! p ( u..s"n nips ..n ii.u 1411//.... '1'.i.. i .
<< < 1'T" : th-r! Je.uned I
ah..r. !
yopoort' I have ; > .II.t':11" nf G'
at mom 'nt'nn- the desk : : pn) : !+ r- ,
truth brfo. ptstl4r.19'tll into
great the; : ":.xi.cuiio '. :
say bupport uf the "hi sot of n-n >i+ e ,Can r '
ly love of TIm foi
nan U.:
your country us to believe, that fur
the South. mo nn evidence nl thin in the nnrcd! Orciici there .. many years Jl ,
shape of tw' WMSII: a < a li'lIllI; <* is'rcrtta '
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"If General Scott fails to mnke this you are not, in cu'lmu: with Ntw Yorkois; I handsomvolume: just published r.V.. : thu wii-ul.s ol' thu lu.:.J'Jio- n: n.. \v.,. a i.vJaujf liters 00'c -
by vi-eii 1+ /niihrr sued
i\ ipim > \'aS arts ki '
s rri proud, of the achieved n.'vor "' nTd! 11:1! "ig res nv
known triumph bv this Anse 1111: r ihv-ir l II t'nt ,
.publicly continues the P ttrsbur I'telliicencer t- Dodd brim d I I 1.1 l liM V.nni'v
,0 : : a rnmpt" of Rrvd. Dr. Sp'rinc's | UfI: : in-ne : ev n.1 v\ is nr
'au! picion'' will !inevitably n rise ic.l.n line, of ti-nmships over the fastest vt'ssds! recent of Uu. pt'nt. Wcdiieidiv.n t.:'lit ...ip t .',art!'!t 1 lo trait to ""II.U iirifici il fUI" |"; "f dirrutgufia cc.ssjry 1
scries sermons on "The turor 'tNl : .tit
Glory of ul J"
'that his silence Is : ibii :: ojit '! Jtn lt..trf.
onjof IIf'ollC
attributable d >
n de iro ;1 (!lcriptionvhit'110hl England hasas Chrilll.:' ) i I: lun.'* liKiti Sit; '! .1Ira!(. I IUlcaurtJI, ill t.1lure. '.-
his to conciliate o'\Vftr.Ji'p. t ('lenpttC' .A It.mlr..:+ l -:\ nid Iii! to'.t II i i..: .
'fact part onista in the State of; New York nnd nth ter j yet been able to ptoduce. And shall ih men Auctions of household furniture &,. are very an Aividerny ; the lnit.iti.s' ucn; inticitawaiting -' in inin'ii-rs in \1'. in t-vury thing, Iho
nnd the ; r :" 'mntan.a' 1+ 'as 'r.c. i. r1. tin
North generally. "Nncli :; whose enterpiiso hus written victory on our num+'rous all over I the city nt Urn im : love tilt. cnarhcs: ccnt.uiin: :: 1Csi. II (p. v uigladic*
n suspicion, once ns m n'and oj iy,'d ..- !-.1 r, ..lIu',. oral ,
roused, would be utterly fatal to General Scott'n'i: colours, purchase this triumph: for the nation I ny families arc selling out .prepar.itory t sec n' dent'party buwctl and wh-n U.*y ;pa-se! !, i-.ich .ti 1: tiiiiinif in ;p-iiA -pti.....1. ilti y :ii.nl,' b h.hllJ':en uVct!. rcovnra by

(or njiv other candidate) hr the South. 1 Vcconsd"ntiuu.Iy by their own pecuniary rum ? It would cer- dine tho sum'nor in the country, and ntbcrnre and waved.I bis ha'. .Si minisevery "i :r iwitiit soarer+, nil .f\VIIIIIII hn i boendoutnM -

tiny othor candidr'lslabur do not believe, that Gen. 8, nr''!; tainly :be more creditable: lo the nation to ob.i purchnsiug jtu n view to -'house-keep.'* advancement vti.ereavoipatl'ise ot lifernl prir.eiples.Vh.m with ett'i't* Inv lIu'tl.,. ( lo 1hclli, -'IIIP..illlIIt'l.t !' their! lmp a. 000IllY

piuion, could cnrry 'in single" under county such in sus-f the'' !i tam some claim to the honor l>y paying for it. There are also large sales of new furniturc.I. coiches arrived at Lngrangtt; n crowd srilhercd r.ved!uo at Frc-jiclinven VuMitn! ,.,wh., >i had but rvfcrtttynr-
Beyond doubt pr. Ih..rn..h.f':4( the
a their nt
owner uuv lost ( about the ho'e.l tnd
R'outh much less a Stale. | mnn o. ., is the custom h"re with as "11"11IS J:1udl
two the reside.in'f
or: efl of the[ ol the Ciu.ic The
, The New Orleans ney by their contract to the was able to rccutvi them n comtuit > were twin
Crescent indulges In tarry mail, nl id |fashionable "-n Suit lp.11 .
str auctioneers br to bite
t the Hall) cf .. r' w'm' other '
! Ier Iringudgo uben it makes the following de Congress ought to grant them the additional upon Ii in, an i i rr.quc-Il'tl him to a.llrtss tin-;
su much that
| arm
clsration : ; Apallo( the"Chinese Assembly Room,,*' or someother pt'ople.Vtuh; he conversed with the u was >->l impossible; to distinguish
I 8330,000( per annum requisite, to the mlHct' the com- !tliern. Tin. two ihiiigJi'cM of thin
"Burying onieV self alive would'not seem to' once of their line. It has been said conlinu.I' capacious and magnificent saloon, and 10 rouud,,-d by ih r of Lao parlor were sit r- Iauutcas: whu had b'-cn bt-fonr pmirkabtefur
I us A very agreeable procedure but have it filled with the most costly .md "outsiders'1 und the ro.m their i-hfcrinliicai: (
; our showy became sudden-
whig '
ly enough thai
Congress might refuse was !' :ion tilled 31 Ir. Iffbun, Cli.lirmnn of
I friend*, if they |akc up General Scott, will donotbmg ) of Individual ap desenptions of furniture, all of which/ Ihf'Ypi Cotnrnittuc, Principal oft Lo-iranxe the I}< dQpres l "eJ :i-d! nuIaticholy. Their hands

more nor leas than ndopi this suicidal peal for th, diwirvd relief', but j omise to knock down to the lowest biddnr.: "vmtnarv, told Ihc'p'OJle that Guv. K-Pem-ile,jj-nib were goo.I 'siMighi; in mirrm; -, howt.ver, by
were the ;
courw. Irresolute, indecisive, unexpressed : q'at un put to the country, "will 'yeu In such cases, the sales usually! last about bad ihrlined the vo'in; L"r lIc.uncrJ. Tiio offers were ,
nnd 1 I; threene n.lllrt'sltinJ hem! in a f) ill, but
in the wilfully series silent upon the questions! involved Py halt a million dollars a year lo have ii day, attract large numbers of Indie. create would speak n fow wordt tohem hum 't i.' accepted ;and in hc course of a month or two -

Scott has become pf thoroughly compromise odious measures, Gen. j British fairly flogged in tho mutter of ocean an excitement, and being all that Lacy (the arliclis balcony of iho hotel. About five hnmlr dpeoplf the In parr s went all married, the sane time.
to the dtltens -and aoun-tiim tou ladies due time, and un the same day and fit the
steam navigation themselves wern asrnblrd
? Yea the ) in ftvrvf of the hn'On 91.
ftftht son herb or no t
portion/ our confederacy. Il is response are WllrUl same; bur, the iwu yoi/ug wivPa presented
said that he is favor (J I would be "yes 1"This' uuing f11rnduf''d to them K..lltb m.idu .
,m of. and
that no eassisted yen We have all sort of shows here A show- tile r huoband each ,with: a son-an event
, to pass the ccriex; nf compromise line"of steamers has knocked all the bill which I saw in : y- ry pretty Seer ch r.tph"ninrlcf)y th-' win u -" i-nied to complex: the nappinessof
Broadway this mural ht
!! measures. But Ihi_,'it is said.; will not nnsu : I truth out ot that line ot poe.try. I Hdversiises :he performance of fellow nc principles welch he advocate*, and the pnr\nw tat r the iwo f.imities. A yvnr passed, and the two
ho should a a gremasirciltor comets the Unit', UI''HlJ' thank
t speak, though we apprehend that Britannia rules the and who u.ssert' that Mhis inu the infants tell sick pi lije same disease and at
t be his too long remained silent under the I waves while our only living for Iho u::rcCahte !>I1Jr1rlHthey iluNwun .
is lim c'. rid
re. !stunes. ;
p'lvmig :withstanding ;he Almost
h'lI Probably he had '
quisition of'ruLlie sentiment. He has done McCuUo famous machine beats the E iglish is a street P given him, In such an e'Uhahllastlc[ .' die
vier and his notice lake urn cl I inst< distinguished
Q good service, has been i farmers in the Inn( H a. practical joke, Ill welcome. He said they had added "u "C" physiciun.vMwf
reaping the
unquestionably our Collins a'ea m- that of them ,n who ,-n nice .ti "n died, un the sunie dain their moth
collecting a
audience ,
r nn flower
i greatest general, nnd deSrvc8nnd his nail far ahead of very pleasant 10 the garland[ Too
oners are the British in ploughingier to see him craw/ tntt.n bunk, rm> ni'itners were alike inconsolaWer '
MUM ne could n'th oil' found
nl and t sympat> ne hid in the United
appreciation ,
gratitude. But
the ocran. find under sladir
military one large enough. f"f'8."' affliction, and having sought a ,
fame no lon/er lights" one's pathway to the I By the way is n't it droll that no v that the -- After his itva" change'of scene in Paris ineff actually they at
presidential chair. < speech announced: to him
:English; have bought the yacht-America they FROM HAVAN'A. that th' t ladi-8! ,of the Seminary wished to call last ,Hth tied on the flame d.+y, of disease -

The Lexington (It}..) Observer says : i cannot sail her 1Ve shall b,'Iin to Hunk The Charleston Courier received bv Ih upon him. lie sold it would a fib:d him pleasure engendered by excessive grief. At the lustaccount
"But General Scott"must abel tiles of Havana it WAX feared that the brothers
upon the Compromise tint there is papers, from which Jhe to receive them. The word
somethin w.is
stand / in American seamen, as editor the circulated w,.nl J pink under the weight ot; their
right before the C01mtrg.Vhen we speak 1 0 gives following, the only item:* of thr'ii'tfh! the village and nt 9} o'clocknearly affliction,
of the Compromise is well known that we al as in American rhips.! int" est they contain : use hundred ladies had assembled and they < ;id never in their lives been sepo/a-

lude to the due execution, of the fugitive-sln"e Adams. '- Co. advents to send an Express _The Fiestas Reales took olace on the tit ih.. tinHotel.. Ki<8iuih ente"'ed tho room 'andWIMKIU a i I"'d, that they would! soon yield up heir lives '

law. That is now tho only ono of the series rom this city to V"r.: Cruz nnd th- city or 13th, anll I3tn mst, and: were- celeora ed- -with-: mr.n-ii. miroauci. >"n. convers'U,wun ttuethnr.: i iie..ex.. raordmarv circumstances, .

In controversy. The rest Mexico. Tim is jjreai magniricnnce. Immense I ir is statej, !, hnvp b'-en mide subject of investijfatio .
ate passed, settled, a new extension of their enthusianm pie.vailed I them a few monv-nti, wnen he madfi.fo themimp .
gone. It h this and "It"inessvas in ' upon subject that Jho slaveholding jusiness.Tne in a gr-''t measure : of me happieii, speeches hav,'a"vrr heard

States demand 4ft'lUU'qui'Cocal position, seam propellers. Wm. Pennand Ben *nsp'nded. Th' wimlfcitv l and "utturb vere from h.m, .*nd I have hewed many very happvA Boston Traceler.tc.ArrAT .
Now, this touches no mm' notions about sla m<

very. So long as wo live under the federal amin Franklinraro to ply hereafter ,betwrrn ..-i-quor The navy also vi>d wit.-i 'ho city A N'-wnanthr first town oh the railroadin ENGItfi' On V
constitution, the junction N,?w York ond New Orleanx. The in ding honor' .tpjUv.jyrlli of the ednesday after.noon .
must be observed! ; former yan'itc PrlOcr. A 'i.i'UH. H larif? crowd hid.u, aenWrd.--: t .'! driver ot.an rna'tne nn the Great
for it Is os plain as human language can make i will proceed thither on (he 20th insL "" of AuVfrias. ThtTPal ce ol tie .CffpnlO Ko-8'jth w nt out on the platform of in car*. Nornvrn ,OfU",'" avlnr ncr arton :
Jr.Vo have a right, them, to ask that there Some little 'teelin h rankling here ns well General pr seated n most imposing ,-p,.. nr I. wha"r.. he WIM addressed by Albert Rainey in the stati'in at Ynrt..,he f'ft his engine cn into
shall be no suppression rf views in regard to this as ill New Jersey, on account of President ante gas: lights, Imviim bnr"in nil ,less. ,With than thirty-six the Ihoiis,ind a very happy" u.aniier. 0.1 responded briefly, tnP !stoker, w )i' in or-hrta snv" iimp in chargeif nshe
subject. exception of the telling room to cuu."IMer him
I Fillmore's making West Point a man WIIUM* on thought ieavond to whoot it
Cadet of a Palace of Queen Victoria on-to the other ,
"President Fillmorojbas acted, and the country ; which had eighty ly merit w.i honesty us a patriot, and one.who line. For thii he
son of Senator 3tncltton'aScerelary, Mr. Bay t housnnd, there has, it in said, never been asked what partially put on the
not had been
knows his position. It is but fair that all any represented to steam, nd then got nII'nn
Wall stand In Deposition of vnresene before the and; (Democrat) instead of the Whig S9na- other rence. lighted The on a similar_ scale of magnifi ., them in certain quarters, but who was an advocate points, intending to jump on went the to turn she

people upon a subject of such peculiar delica. tor's, Mr. J.V.. Millf'r.,.., son, who, it was thirty.thousand consumption feet of gas averaged I of State R'lIbta-of: Non-Intervention, soon as it had passed on to tho proper engine line.as

cV as this." thought!, would receive the appointment. General also per hour. The Captain- for his own and every other country and who Unfortunately, however the, valve-

If/any faith is to be placed in the declarations Perhaps ail your readers an not aware, 01 the fair sex gave a ball, which fur the beauty claimed nothing of the United States but what elated, and away rushed the engine escape out of the
leading fy journals as indicationsof present on the its at
m pa that the Cadets who receive the education richness of their rate of 30 miles a.1 hour, which
military costumes, stated have future
It could
party sentiment, seem from the a- greatness. afterwards increased
to 60
: never been miles.
About t
bon ex tracts thatiG..nerol11'8; position nt at that rom'mtic locution on the Hud w Is* took surpassed. A grand review like- The cars arrived at Atlanta after duke A mile from York the driver of coal train ,:
place a
the South is! even more hopeless that that of son river, called :\VcstPofnt, are regarded ns distributed the at; the CaPtain-General crowd of curious .nen and boys thronged the who was proceeding along the down line saw
honors and ,
.Mr. Fillmcre at the North." the children of the republic and are raised by the Queen of Spain to decorations those'ho accorded car in which Kossuth and suite sat, but no the runaway engine approaching, and be instantly J I

nt Uncle, Sam's expense. Of course the ..hed themselves in the late distmKui speeches were made. It bad been expected reversed his engine. No sooner bad
invasion by that he would spend the night at Atlanta, but he done this than j
the other
SwrtnnLUm.-Ari edict has been issued L chance become whole
to a West Point Cadet is regarded the people appear from bo disappointed the upon
the people, by taking the him, and he and th* stoker off
warning nil (foreigners >m entering Geneva ns very desirable by. people of a military accounts before u.s to have been curried to I night train 'Augusta. On this Railroad for the collision took place and jumped just as .
an excels of ,
., without papers and declaring that they will taste, and the unifurm is the pass to on the Island.enthusiasm never before witnessed the tirt' time in America the Hungarians were capad uninjured.: The shocks fortunately produced er by '

be expelled unless they report themselves nnd "the Ont circles." The t-djlur of the Disr10 de la charged. the opposing engines wj tremendous,,several
; Marina: po. K',st utb had designed lo spend a portion ofa of the coal
obtain the necessary permif Mon. Those who The: steamship El Dorado which arrived I.te'f informs us in a private note, under date of day in Augusta but when he arrived there ,and the tender wagons of were completelr shattered -

have voluntary pt,=pnrt3 for America yesterday afternoon the, 5th inst., that the Spanish steamship Fer he found the railroad the runaway was forced
choose can (us you have already dinand El Catolico arrangements such, in up to the top of the<< engine,'where it remained
J> and Engln id,.but none for France or i learnt by telegraph) ,brought much' less gold having on board the had just arrived from .Spain, regard to the time of reaching Charleston.that filed and firm. Tho damage is estimated at :
'1' Germany. '. ; ; dust than was expected. be .hltlnd.*. Captaia. -General, of be determined, to proceed immediately, to avoid upwards:! of 3OOO. The, ,stoker ha*. been ;
>, night travel. At Augusta the people were cu placed in custody 1\
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lJ ,*pi1l!| <, 1,reilm JtIlIl"r.cs.; and oth" r T'lit- -I fWILL /
origin of the Fool SELLING
"H ,hIt world know c'Jftnm of All Day: : IT* Nov 1851. OFF AT NEW YORK.COST7 .
'h.tiit*, huts. n. ,win) which
>ac; ,!"" fit *.lv ,., not fir iliccuiiiMitJc* of the which! there picvuil is snltlP iluou-.hiuU rn..mblllnc.fI IOpro in, IInl certain l :,[Kepttitkf l trrackx.; ::2!. A''fU.Iin.J. D.E who Arn will asa apprehend Reward and to .any confine|.cr-, MY Good(!,,:'ru at :I s.ITk nr'l'rcah. l auJ :aborted. '%
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1I'"" tliO.: mOt icinark.ibli porhtiM. i U oneb.'IMln" (e;**!,, i in the Kaal: firdle, .*b no: cl-ar : T.'-r rJ\Tr. s.v' .l..tJ A. J'. 3 f. ,!. u r N.l (so ""ml I can: oulain; possession nl her;) Cither March 27, 1852. !J t
to lh uoiius Acww nnil which I A. 11. COI.E.IM .
l may arc neveiMl> in St. Johns .
version given of i h, onot wlnelia ---- or Duval County jail ; my nt 't
1etHit syl Inrod nt (;iu*init utrtx-t, nay tsar! Ilini that, nn |n the middle ages so<< w. from Bifd- I fi.I 7.. r 78 7-1 groivonv,,, HANNAH ;-Shris. .,f rnlliur lull : G \ OJRE'r2&g \T. 1

,,ratsa.w!I'o U" k<*T'ri 1 ; that i> tat muiVir. )' history were Jifjcn! represented without If'II' 2 I 69 83 j 86 7t nnd slim mike. nut uftery 'ri-ct ("nrrs.sge--t' rjpms COMMODIOUS: ESTABLISHMENT: ,
n.tl.i'iilf. ; _
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plrun"i tJu"s. h"Juvr rliiur Elf impropriety, tie :itwiii in ib'' lsiro! 3 I liS 68, J", 72 t9 a. block fllmpl' xilJII and Lvlwivn'ihe nycs ,.1' .Hf w uow openedthose drsitons of. amusement I
) histursmay be
";u. tlfC: utnen ijf H.tijiril :. 'yea, where he is win from Pilate to \\\nt\ *> 4. 47 53 69 53 Iorly.; | veand Fifty-She nnkinny\ from' my ma :tare every opportunity; rule n,rtl.' regulation*

.i e .02 1 I"d I ''"n it".c trcml.'I'I..lnltn,1 I l di si it>n> inl bm k from Heroi to Pla'cV1J1f r, p ''-* .nfil '5"!t 1 45 67 75 56 wmi.y: in St. An-ru-stiiif, uhout the 'List of, (),> ,,t Uaaio please. Attached U an Oyurr !laloo
|1cx+h; (rum II" leiunwnU luruuiurinjih to 6\ : first of fI".1 I l.nt.ng: House which will lot
ted n 'April, nod may hnve KIVPIJ ri 4* in i r'om 61 65 64 I oljero Noynnbrr I85ljii.disnppuilo ; : IMaiUfjCirilr. tup. '
fu"i! ..i; mid from its gii*>.s Cur it is nut i iyd Kfcrt'td yliPd! rom day 10,|lay with the Gamy
7 68 sonivttlivru hf the
c t,{ f uitlcss errand and t.lI""f I.il" 60 57 58. in the vicinity ul'tle M--I&UIK; .
ftilowM{ to wwtr bois, being ,.01'pin'lI'; pr iriieoil sit his season. Thi, phM-u- Ms' d 8 .' 49 G6.. 63 65 ; i City.- | Hours ot ainnsrini.nl, (:,""111I1'0: and 1ldi..swHl 'IHT- '
Jrtttc-. nd jrti'nrk nj.lv. rtn ttl. It uearxufth'r hhl HiUie Herod 9 66 G8 71 65 LEWIS COXETTER. I tofu 9 to l 12 A. M.and; 2 to 5 r. M.-' !,* intrnnP-
i ft a man from to is conintnin
ufihcK() uiJi'|1"lltern,4f lute unhou 68 ) I St. Auguvinn. March Hours and Kvcniogsfor gentUnitcn: exchviveh'. .
G(:rinint'; to describe. the scn-litu: unnt'cn t 10 71 7:1 19- 1 13th 1852. "j, Nov 15
crmuirj wMi M. lHc'\\D.-\.
l" or n Ktwple one, u ...
fiMrtliPft II 69 -
the 7I 71 :
I "sirv nnd jtooli! li mi i"n" .'hr rou mi otchfKiKinj .
" Itt..d. nia' rimexreMwlv pu iaheJ. Uci.ur ; .the IK! of April wns, that thn f nil. 13 7.. 75 73 7:1. 1 FOR"'lRUl'OVLE f Tat Collectors *tees .-. I 1
'd and i1i l >k '
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.elf iu I.rIr.ii I highly pfifumi I' t of Kaxtor often falls" in this irvmih, ntxl ill "%. 13 71, 76 7R 7.I' \ 'ATTOnNl:: AT LAW AND SOLICITORS B y \irtueofihe power ve-:ed iu me "by law I .
us to 'ujict.hc( id' ol navuig en waxu.l.wnik Tentnol! ', this Plriud of thf Siviour wijul be I.J' fJ7. ;7H 77IS t": :f 1 ..' '" shall exp w for sale{ before the Court Iff we '
r'Joints d,"'rd.-d. I ihougubrtrtlto'ntlVropt IN (;fI\ CI'RY. I Jl/ellonviKe!
lip door nt :
l $8 [jUr naturally: itctect d for Iho sprctnelen' of the 70 7;! 78 63 I on the lint: ;.Mominv! of July: _,
to rallW u tnusta\'he. ThelUn besom'* Grcri Hi 53 fj3 fi5 5fj 1_ jL1r.l\TI.t\6Bm1J I next the following; de>vil.rj tract of land or .o. '
i < r I 1'notch
I tlm iiro gl t.'R+, in imitation. o.| fnsrtp. may a tl, 'reot as wilt
the due
f vtrs
i thereonthe
t 17 5t m 65 pay taxes :
,' Rum n custom derived! 'from the East: und li sn- 67. : -- rL0ItIDA. ''t3t* of llondn
,ate, nud yellow, 01' h-iffki'l ulovs, usi.ilrtcr 18 65 '12 71 G5 a! and 'oun/yof; Orange doubled tax .
og riiny.nru m-n'Tuil) worn.' So :,fitiies tied down through eucccsttvn nirc. As he 19 65 G9 68 67 \V. J. A. FORWAKO, I SIMON TOtVLE.;. ,i t'i lion the year 1310: to and including.! 1551 ttx.in.. ..
} uUlt'I.f alight l m1))k ei i. 20
c n ( 67 73 75 G92t i :
the meat nohrrest and mot > *
nn prufound t copV I b IHO
cnrl. : i aura assessed to Theresa
Abu RoJriguey
1 either ) ,
d. carrel in ivory or in 59 63 62 \ JACKSONV1LF: :
who knows but what Iyenfim or Cainmat srrlion. 37, tCwnUi'ji 19."runge28. .
..e su.il l ung i uu'Hy n pp, .ra on tin It'lu| j .hnvo. then millIe in their:" April fools 2a 4LI) 5656 ".47 I Unless nnd the
.. v For Enterprise and Mellonville.! I taxes expenses are! paid before '
finger of the cuts h nil l, and u'' n n pr'u'4Utn'Ichntnltucudllw of by tho mifchirvniH boys t In Frnnro the 23 47 '65 72. 62.; ) day of ale. J..tf IMPSOSheriffand: .

bU'fmH'tIw'b'h scrumpla nnlii'-kv; party fol+d ill i! culled tm prtttnn f Avrft 2. 54 7 3: 65 :69: LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS.fHlHE ja n 3; I 185x. '1'tlX Collector, o.c.i .
from inofuu: or ell.l 'rJcuVC "I-Ier, I
witch u .
26 7:3 75 72 67 ,
tad g 1'hY.ho.ltI'S ni' ili.n i'nmalftr: n the North of Scotland, g"rA--Rabl'! ." Strainer SARA 8PALUING 'l'ax l.ollrt< torts Sale: "' "--;
"... *. 6e Dup t" -.ntr..f to po from Marwfli( 'ii 'lo inns nn, one 26 41' 5J 57 61 JL been ; )virtue ..f ihpnwrr vtstrd in Lnw r
It filled
!!C tlnr, an 1 jut runtv I tni>taa' n. i il I 27 63 63 68 '70 newly up, will resume her regular me by Ifrhnlle.ios !
,. orC s"ion. nrid hud not the mran$. He playdoff ( .' for sale before the "curt I '
nboul for ihcnbwvc Houfe
h trips
till'l dny i ii may t>u wvii luututnj, o ; 28 1-1 68 places on WedneKlny, the 14th
78 .
fir+t flf ApriHri'-k vrr8u Cf's"tulh'. ihput lit the city of: rluu=tine the first
of U liotlnor" ckuijr\ IIM utMh in Irom i IirlclltlluonttftnJi' hut., toui-ling) at all the intermediate lgndn )c 29 63
d )"r- l of brick ,1"Mlln phitls.lnbelli-d. 65 64 tiS May urxt, the decrih. '
isn. tunlicqu. rat'v a quantity will continue punctually to leave every We8ut"II.II I fuUwing property or so .'
for the Royal fmnilf of France nnd 30 63 .68 81 7:1 } much thereof us \\iil!! the tare and *
wjnr in It' rn u li, lou tIIIK wi-h a n comI I I'ui..nn morning at 9u'clock. connecting with tar| U. S. yay County.tfIX- ,
with n Tim lew fini*. el tonne'ie< It" lie placed it U hero it would ho discovered. TJ e DEC BF.n- Mail eteasneratoand from ejavaunah. For freight, : C'tI and tar necr5>ary ejtpensea due thereon! (for the
;'II.I"n. I reClllt''n' ho conveyed, at eovenim'nlexpense : or board I: year. 1851.to wir:
(Inc to pronioiiuili wii I 56 67 65 liS engageiiifri's pawwige: apply on or to .
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iinH-imrn cvm po F EllS A 1>CZ & 300 acres 3d tate land n*!-ewed to Nicolas! FHHcheirhefnfrseriM'n'25 t
puffing tin'ir cp\r tom ke irro j very rr.piillv hi Paris! where, when 2 52 56 69 65 UIS UtE Co., Jgeuu. !
Kbeitiiut iHrrct I Ian trick was mndo, known, it occasionedo: 3 Jan. 10, 1853.C11U. ; of privnte snrveyi' township ,
,f oilier rc.a dies.! win-ill r' 45 5.)6s 47 4 south
Afnrvit perron of range 59 Ia-t: hone in tt. Johns; Conn* ,
IN'. .y4inditr are ;",lio or no:; ui.d u'u a ill} the IW giir is great,. deal of merriment .t 38 9 59 41 JOoEI'll: IIKNRY. days loii Ualti I t>% ndjoinina land of I':taie of RoLeit :Mickler, and 't
rent qunliiy. 8-) .nt'-tonra Jln-juvcuilo ---- 5 40 64 '65 47 more, 400) LIU Flour 3000 bash Corn, 40 hale I }state ( ( ; ''Jenkes.Unle I
.' G 59 63 6j IIH)'. 30 bags Coffee, 10 hhds Sugar. 40 bib Lard j i'
cht din" hunt in hone'. ". nUtl on such ociusionxUK : I s taxes and fXjt H< -$ are paid beforethe ,
KfU-ct sumo ljon-1 taint lw< a i'r i io, where DIED in this City' on the :J H. inll:'.. nOer n 7 G1 67 t 65 tJ9 23; Kegs cutter 40 bits Potatoes 20 blU Apples, & I day of pale.K. :

;Vital) lliir (lees tin thu balcony, nn.l l their chairs Ion!.' nnd lingorii.g' ilI1C't! CARLOTA K. 8 1 6:3 ti1 I fi2. bUs Cntks! Crackers Cheese,, 1(50 100 Logs Oats, 5 casks .,f flacon 40) i CAXOVA, ShPri/Tnnd/ cx-()ff. 'i
kflgtl !Nail; 25 boxes
Mini. biirk.'ihpy Uare nt evtryl'-nuilis' tmit RPAU"comll'rt of V. SJIKCUEZ, in the 25th 9. 8 66 68 b-l hli.l3do, in blls Molafc-es.50, TdbarrtV 3 Tax As.tC8.sur arid Cullcclur, s. J. c. .
t bojtes Soap, 2 cnski I
ol Her )0 4' 66. 7:1 b8 I N'ov <
the bi-uti 1851.
on year ngc.DISD
y.c< Lit, frcqucn'lv rfuiarkmjt y : Oil, CO boxes ranaiep, 15 baskets Champa"no, 10 ,,_. i 'j
>l thw,'"r ta itt' udiuc\Hf' 1.1' '.his t, in a Inm; that i it: 'I Ifiwr -nt his residence, on tho Sf. Johns Rivrr. I II 58 63 79 ,5' boxes Cider. JO clwia Ten. 10 doz. Brooms, 10 nests ';,x < :OIl CIOI'M tallc. : i
. over biilr'lit iIrto' At nighi tar juvcnie nn the 14ih Inst., Mr. ASA MUpSON.C2 n l'd 3 tJ9 64 I 77G9 Tubs, 5 boxes!; Oranges, .*> boxes Lemons, 10 casks B r virtue of the power vet tc il l in me' liy Ixihall ." ,
t dandy haunts! the lobt>ic. of iheulrrs. ur 63 G3 h t R ce, 3 (dotes 15 boxes Starch, 400 boxes to I expose for sale bef.-,rthe l.'onrf (Uouai

Mantis :'imutiil' tind' orM ot coiicu .molna! vfiirs.Tallnhanspn. pnpcrs r1f'ut', rnpv. 14 49' I 48 50 49! JMarch6thl85-:. B. E. CARR. nt Mellontiile! off the! first Monday of July 'Xt.'lhe' )

.. he dkcu<...0'tli mvnlsot nrtoraur vucn'- 15 49 68 li8 4R l following described of land'
.her tract much threofus
j6. 31 I "JV o.r J C 0: is hereby gin, that 1 will, six w; ks or u
48 1)8
Mil,"illl| nn nbuudaiiruofleclinical terms' butwry 1 NOTICE.4LL : 7 4'1 ITS after date, apply! It, the JnJjje of Probate of St I will pay the taxes due tlwreon the fetatp flf' ':
liilii nfl l knuwled;:e. D.iiicern ore hiseiciul 37. 42 I 494 I 9 ;i8 Johns County, fur Ix-ttrn of Administration' the Florida and County of Orauge for the year 131 I l. ."

I Iu>'uri
well lun II, n huge open| uhb., ivory ohu) lMin ,. [( .\u ustlnr, nnd! lying in JSy Johns ,19 33 36 I 49 I 36 \ r i ANN HURLBERT. 30a acres of land l as! =esivii to Bt-rnnrdrt: Segui. k ,

g the favor its ri)tu. I lore, n< w,,II us. whunirtMncnidiii t""unty 'jtln'r: bv pur'*nnn" or hv/loeation .0 3-1 49 ,,6:3: 44 St. Augustine! ; March 6ih 1852. bring in serlion 4.&. lownslrp 15, range 33, south \i. ,

;,' {.hL-low''r'rtot, lIu bnwi to nil r.1 l Houritv I<,and Warrar, oriinbjfcl- to 21 I' 37 li8' 60 '55 and east on Hallifax River. t
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nnd , flieliulr, irirl*, lielwi-e ten payment c f Slate Dud County"law*, jlln 3,1k53
i.: I):c, who linppcnud' be daugh'era of rich ,' and unless! returned on or befir6: : the list. cloy 23 62 9 58 5r By virtue of the power vested in me by Uw I .

os- nod who used to honor him with (their :''n'' May will tc doubled: ft1 txed as .the law 2-1 5-1 65 66 67 expose for cole before the Court House Sat.B o.
hands at cliildicn'n parties list lit bus ccuM.ilbriatr requires.i / 25 6. f.G 75: 61 I door at !ifllonville pu ih. first Monday of July rn-xt I '

,'y u visit 'such<< {uveniln asscmblngnt.TliU It. n. CANOVA, Sli: fifT and cx-(,fT. 2U 61 67 72 63 V the tl.eaeotas following described tracts oflnndor, so much MHInnville shall: :
27 6-1. 65 61' Gr will pay the taxes due thereon the Slate at
animal is I"lrlicu.I..rly !
rennrkablo hurntn TMX Assessor u..if Collector! s. i, c.

knotting in luxuries for ihr puller, ron"ftivinK April I 10, 1852: ; 'vI 28 29 C5 60 73 74 63 61 6&j5 oi'FJjiidn 10 an.l; induJing and County IWI 1 of to Orange wit: from the year 1845, as following will pay ::: '

it.c elitry l portlrirr.cy of man tun in xl.Ibex ling lid can tn brthecrutvli always lOll J.g I Clmi-l< <>v4ouaitl Florida Line. ? 30 62 74 73 c'; Robert 100 rilu-plierd acres balancing and Jose to Sanchez or supposed to belong to wit Florida and #
3J 68 being in seeli,
a'hero the bat: uxstcrs Aro to be hud, and\ \vh.* 75 71 C9 !,Q, town,lup 1 i, range 34, the place known Du-n 200 n rc
irfU. hraudy of the tinc t tl.tvur. lie i is nf\1unJ.C SPLENDID! EW ACKET STEAMER. JASCt.T 1851. tardy's Cnna!. chez in

l.r Irct to di.-MMivcr the urrivhl of lobster, !cr- LORIDi' 1 02 65 71 6-1 Unl-ss taxi-3 and expenses are paid before the day on the : r

,.piD( rceiubirds, or ulluT d-'lu-aci'-s which L. M/t'OXETrEK! MASTER.I 2 46 47 62 j 45 of:sate Also, 310 !
tatta ii't.ettSOIts Ho protests' to hi aVrcaljwlgoof 3 38 41 57 43 Sanchez, in

NI+Huik (cider under ho name of; I/ IS NOW running rcjularly 4 35 47 58 :41 .\lif1.1201O acres assessed! to Clarke and At and east, w(< '

taampagw. and is frequent I Ilt'flfellu l.outjw on the Line betweenCliarlrilonr.Savannah 5 48 49 62 j LJ kln on, btilll in seetiou 37, township ,13, range 2- J. SIMP : :

,! g Inn itequaiiitnticc. the routitujsy: apt ,:i -" anJ 6 40 66 41 avails and earl nt Haw Creek. W.A. ForwardA *en9 Jan., 2'I
dciholishulibo the St. John's Rivf I Also, 600 acres in Township 18, South' --
> '. other choice sptritx 7 ranntt
}< Im und a tow a I I 36 4J li5 ,
4t 3;:
i The ache lula has l been f casl,alBcPt'ed to he \heirs Of Caroline
night pcfuic. Occasiotnliv he talk of I I,I / ullnwinq odopteJ., which 8 42 53 .. Mge
ind rhow/ the hours of arrivals and departure from the; 1'1 4-1 40t. Hardy I'outh.of New Smyrna. i B y l
ell'uluili.Vlwm hr calhMthe govt-rnor, I 9
aft 49 5871 57 Also 500 shsll (
various p. tea.: acres assessed to the Laid h'irs of Caro
ertieliin''a'the old man and tin race i is 10 55 69 75 65 line fllclf.irdy, !king jn section- 49 and 60, and !. .loornt ':\ !! i .

IMJU- ntlv quiic |ntronr/mg, as if he di'ploirdflHj Leaves Charleston every Tue .':a1. at, 12 deck, x, 11 49 by 62 41J2 part in Township IV, range! 34 and part in town- the following
utiorauce h) which. !.hut personage! WHS Leaves Sivuuuah every WtdoesJay! at 4 r.M. 40 49 60 4-1 ,chip Irt.r.nJ; rorg'-3.1 south of Xew Smyrna. thereof ns

lrwijhtup.Thu) I I I I Leaves Ja ksonville every Tl.ursJayi: at 10 "AM., 13 36 31 28 26 Unless tixea and viprnses are p :iil( before the of Florida: :
juvenile dandy i*, \\c bHiovc, pcculinrto Leavas 1'icolata every Thursday, it 2 r.M.: 14 23 31 61 37 day of hale. I to wit : !

the nmcteeitih' crrturyand to the great ritieifif I aTCJU\I: G, 15 36 4:1: 69" 5t Also 5003 afv.eseJ R. 310 ; :
oars to rhilip .I'!.
n )
II la i known in nine r. town-l.jp ;; "
United State I
the ; Leaves Pilatka: every Friday, al 7 o'cloek A. M 16 45 56 GI 4'2 ing in sections 37 and 38. township' 21 youth targi (lallifax j l
.Boston, Baltmiure and Now: Yoik t ; but Im (HourMtwrapecially : Leave PIolata"! 10'" 1 17, 34 65 58 49 30. and towpshlp: 21 south range 31 east. Liicg till J. R 1\1: : ) ,

; in IMiil'iJelptiid; und we have !| Leaves Jacksonville every Friday, at 3 p. x. 18 1 45 57 73 63 Lake Jes up..Forward. Aaent.! Jan3l8.) -$.

feet told in Chnt les'cm. lie steins to be u :j LeavesSaTaunah Saturday 9 AX. 19 51 47 44 29 1J1'1l"sJ'1.axt and cxpeii't-s are I jci.J before U..* > f .,.
connecting link between the munkoy und the l 20 29 38 37 day of sae.-! J '
FtOKtoA has 28
I The been built under the fpecial: snpeinttodt'DceuCCalJt 1''I
man, having less brains.than the tirot, but rattier Cozener and her rpe<.d and' 21 37 3 t 54 41 Also, 100O acres of In nJ in section 'I Tax Collector's S/sle. : :':
mere that tho last: thr.uzh on thin! point we 37. town- Y virtui-ofthc power vetedin ire by law 1 ;
; accommodations for Passengers are uisurpaw>ed by 2.1: 32 42 41 41 I thips 17 and 18, range 30, csbespcil to David! R B tlull for
talc Iiefort
mushconfeAS, th "ro h some litl'urencu of opin any boat CV.T placed on the St. Joha'a. Freight 23 3b 49 49 59 Dunham, being on Lake Dcrmford. St. John Riv expose the/ Court House'F
: 11rllonviLcouthe!
ion. He generally comes to tit goat l, hardly and passage as low aa by any other line. Any further 24 48 r7 55 51 \ er. the oorat first Monday of July next '
ever earns his Ming wh cli w-ems to luv-r information be obtain by applying to either followinir described tract of land or ns finch'thereof
can 25 53 57 59 62 Unless taxes ono exp ases are, paid before the the '
: as will pay tnxe* due thcrron the finfc
the latter iden ter even a monkey on a h'sndorgan > of the underbigued Agents.J .
I 26 61 65 70 M I day of sale. of Florida and County of Orange for tbe- year 1851 9 .
i surpass him in these rCJpects.-PhU-! W. CALDWELL. Charleaton. 27 40 52 60 45 wit
addpftiakdlelin.. E. W. BUKER, Savannah.BELLCCHASSEE& 28 37 6-1 53 43 Also COO aces or land,lying in section 40, township to : M : .i I
100 acres assessed to Eliz:1t..e1h Bnnch, in '1'('. r 1
FINEGAN 1" south ear, assessed
29' 35 63 62 49 range to the esta'eof 61, 33 south and '
township IG.lnngt .ui, thc
THE MELOX.- The Melon bos been cultiva.d Jacksonville.! 30 39 59 67 Linda f Tod near New Smyrna, Foiwardagcnt. Hallifax: River. on.. t
Persia) and R R. REID, Pfatka. Unless tax u and expenses are before .j
for centuries. It is n native of paid the
31 61 70 j9 59FEBCt1AIlT' J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector,.o., c. .
draws itsl' II and luscious Junes from her 'Aprillo-. 1853. day of sale. jan 3, 1652. IJI

rreo sands. To huvu the melon, here i in COLLECTOR BLANK DEEDS, for Also, 900 acres aseed to John Robn.en) being I I J l

rfection, it niut be grown in a sandy oil, TAX at this. Office. I 66 68 78 68 part of a tract of 20GO acres granted to Br'ggs and, Tu'r.V u K t. U A o; r i r. > suss: ." .

ew land, fresh Irom the vo *d", suits them 2 '. 50. 60 55 51 Robinson being in section 38, township 15, range 32 ,

best. A piece of'n w Inn 1 that bUll been trcd S cars FLOKIDA.7 dayii from New lurk 90 3 41 M 66. ..5 and township 15, range 33, S and E on HallifaxRirer. ;

by cattle will produce the w4er-nu'ioa; of bales Huv/ 60 bbls, Flour, 5 hhds., Huger, 4 39 65 60 46 MORIUS"H..LlS'S.. I

men.trous size. All m.Io11s, to be kept pure.bould 15 bbls. Cmrkers, 50 sack Sail, and 134 pack- 5 40 61 \\\68 58 UnleH Taxes and expenses are paid before the day
\ [ItDlli..ltii1.1,1G: ) FOiC.ltSi; 3:
nut be planted in the immediate ago to B. E. Carr, 10 boxes O. Burt, Sundry 6 63 5871 63 of sal:. -

YtclnUy of squa>iie cucumber, or gounU, p-ickngcs to Burlingnme & Ilowk, nnd other 7 59 .70 71 61 Also, 06 acres assed to Cornelia, Monro on lite! A FAMILY 1C11Sr.IP1lt. ,

U the seed saved from tense raised in clo-e 8 64 67 59 lia Wekiva Creek, bounded on the couth by George R.
proximity will produce nv-lons partaking of By Sch Florida row discharging Butter, 9 54 55 55 65 Fairhnnk' lauds. Unless taxes and expenses Die 1 ii6LIsIIEI, Wnt.KLY ,AT TWO DoM-AHS ATHR YEAI.. i
Lnrd,Crckcrs.PorkHamtsBnconaliou: ; 1 72 paid before the day of sale.J < .
the 10 56 61 66 : i
pollen all producing iu varieties, but be der t with a full (is! nrtm nt of nrticlpsii| ii"nally Ii 60 6:1: ?I 5.& SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector r. FIRST NUMBER; 01 THE sEa tLRlLS WILL BK !,
iRe melon
worthless cuusiiiK' the
and kept at the lowest prices by, B. E CARR.Notice 12 41 56 65 41 jan 3d, 18:2. SsFCED O.V Tilt FIRST: Of JAXt'AKV 5EXT.
luiptd, tbe cucumber to be overgrown .1\

oN0wthe. squsnh\ to bo watery and thepurd 'is-hervby given to all pen ms having claim 13 86 61 621.: ,. ADAMS & CO'S THE Home Journal has-now become universal:

shell sufl, Water and muskmelon* has E+tate of Susan F. Perpall) deceased .I. There are few f nneM! of cultivated habits-(few of '

may be planted from the middlf of AI .rch to present: the same within time preaeribed1law STATE OF FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT throe who seek '<) enliven and make home the moat)
through Adrtl. Flint WHtrr-mclons ten feet or such claims will forrrcr, be barred. intilligcHt oi.d attractive place--who do not now

-.rtcacb way som" eight nr ten sivds to aeu. Y V. dANCHEZ, AmlnUtfator.. EASTERN CIRCUIUT. ST. JOHNS receive it. It in read we believe wherever run the

.. Mu\k..rn*lung may b- planted 'in the Mime .April 3d J852. '. COUNTY. gold threads of domestic happiness sad true moral t

The iiutmee nr citron musk mcl''+n Penelope' R. Stunner. Compt. refinement which are-woven so thickly into tie :

h the finest variety c t'iYlllcdVlle" thrown -'oa 8ALE.I / 09., Ix..,C aixcnttw. .N EV YulK- stronger and coa.eL..wtlL.lJ .coonUjr' industry __. '

1 k peri' cibu, i it combines flavour of the \TR. COULTER CO'13 Morton Cornish Sumner: Deft.Du, lor A5D, and .rnergetuTproapenty.! .. The Home Journal- is the r ,

*trawi; rrv' and the pine apple; but this van- TORE by the Subscriber appenrlatj to the satisfaction of NEW ORLEAKSEXPRESS. speaKer to the neans ot tnw ousy nauoa ia sue noaxj I

et jf Mould not be grown in the vicinity: of any and now landing from the aehr'Mary tt by affidivit filed In this case, that un-oree'j ,given to happiness and relaxation.At .
owpfroelW; TOII'Vt. tee, in the sha.le und Isabella, from Baltimore nish Stunner the Defendant above named, a New Year't Preientfrom a Gentleman to SlAtlg.

1M.\\n"ra'a*a in bags. 1Vut-r-melunaee4 3,800 boihela Baltimore White Com yond the Limit of the State of Florida, so a the Home Journal is one of which t\. rejnembranec -
) paper
t\FFICES : it rrhr"v veek, and (t u uiwnr- ,
bushels White Oats of Law be
ordinary process served him.
improve, With age, and may be kept ten 1,700 50 bales of Hey Therefore on Motion of cannot McQueen McIntosh upon, Esq. 16,18 & 19 Wall st. No w.York.ar&1ain passed as a gift in good ta-t*. '
r to I v
advantage.' 30 bbls Howard at. Flour, I Solicitor for the Complainant, it ia ordered that notice : st., Hartford Cf. TUfForonec"JlY,62 ; for three copies, '5.

20 keg superior Butter t i of the pendency of this suit be given, to the said fit State at., New Haven, Ct. "or for one copy for three' years.-85--atways. Jn ad-

La li. SJuxt.-If&hoe* were construction of 15 No. 1 Lard, Defendant Morton Cornish Sumner, by publication 162 Ualtimore st., Baltimore. vance. Subscribers.. without delay. Address

the shape. of the human foot,neither too larger 5 bbl Applet, in "The Ancient. City" a Public Newspaper published Pennsylvania Av., Washington. MORRIS & WILLIS, tj
loo small assorted Crackers J io) the City of St. Augustine in the Editors, 10? Fulton sheet New 1f')r'.
and making an equal pressure 20 boxes County and 7 Fourteenth st., Richmond Va. i
ear, when, corns anal unto'-, of the feetwoul4 4 bbls Pilot Bread ,, Circuit aforesaid, for the apace of three months, requiring Washington st., bite( n. Tax Collectors Sale, -

never exist. But unlortunately shoe 10" Mercer Potatoes him the said Defendant to appear and answer 72 Camp at., New Orleans. : virtue of the power Tested ia me by law. '

lit seldom made after this fashion, c+rl, in lawestbo 5 kegs Batter Crackers the said Bill or the same and the matters and things By shall expose for sale before the Court House .

.etpeciatlf :bereare two defects= 10 boxes Raisins .1 therein alleged will be taken u Confessed. .I I TO POT5IASTERS. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next

f we extremity of the 2 bbls Onions And it is further ordered, that a hearing had in I POST OFFIfE STAITIPS. the following d scribed tracU of land or so .roach "
hoet is much
too .,
barrow for 70 lbs Candies, this Case, at the next June Term of Said Court, to !,. undersigned, Poatmasier Pleasant Grove thereof will pay the taxesuJue thereon the Stateof :
that part of the foot (namely) the J be holden in and for St. Jchna THE
tees I cue Clocksassorted, Cpunty aforesaid, at Co. Maryland was the first person in Florida and County of Orange for the
dae') which it I is to contain; and, secondly, for 6O'bapof Whrat 5ran the Court House, lathe said City of rit.! Au 'natlne. ,I the U. Stopnbli.h, who conceited, and undertook extensively 1P5I to wit year

at urp0s8 of diapls! | y 7ng much of the foot 1 case PicklM, assorted, Given under my hand, at Chambers, this 4th dar I I the idea of supplying all post offices with 371 acres of land belonging or supposed to be

tttr.pvselble. tbe whole of the tarsus anoHne+ 2 dozen jars Preserves of February, A. D 1852.THOMAS 11 cheap stamps. All stamps made by him are warranted long to Thomas Forbes being in section 45 town.

left uncovered and the preifuro of 4 II' 'r moQ'Slrup, DOUGLAS Judge &c. equal( or superior to any other that can be 16 range 29 south and east a**.*?(] to the aid
1M1hce is front thrown entirtjly" upon the At wholesale and retail. \ "- A true copy from the original order. I.procured at the fame price, and whenever any are Thos. Forbes. '

'-lOt The: toea are thus wueered against 'share of pnplic patronage is .mpectfolly P. B. DUMAS Clerk c. c. ST. JOHXS> co. i sent out in any way defective ornnuusfactorydn- Also, 543 acres infection% 40. township 16 south, 4

etutl hert aDd puabed out of their natural' licited. JAMES R. HAUHAM.JackwnvUle.Jarcli Teh..2tiih. 1852 plicates shall be forwarded, on notice, without range 29, east, asmeed to Thomas Forbes / 1Also.

In4 t'l I the projeatalt.ints!. cbifljf 3, 182.. 14-tf. *, Oil.Ac -Tallow Candles,. Tur' charge. All who order a set of stamps, WITH. ouse- 515 acres in section 39, township 14 tenth ,
; t \ Candle at Two Dollar only-{for thirty piecesOahsil 27 l
elntt are sltueued are pinched and a aeeUu.-Prin.te Rooms,2Ittinf Sperm, Brown Soap, Linseed OH, rot vi' range east,being on West banks of Lake George
-.. leather either y the nei g hbour rag toes or __ Rooms for temporary purposes, always in Adamantine, Candles, Starch, White Lead Indigo, be kept"Po in stamps Master, Pleasnf Grove, AllegUany' and awenedlo.' -IM! l's0N ThamaForbes.J. .
01 the sboe.and thus II ia that readiness the Magnolia Retreat. assorted Paints, at retail by I SiIPrill'au'TazC.'tlectnro.E.
com on thee feet are generated. I I t Nov 29 no 48tf S. MIRANDA. March 37 B. E. CARR Co. Md. r' Jan 3. 1852. \



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the pplulc quarc and Levy, on the sec- BY B' me .by u, t
1 TilE MUTUAL LIFE 1NSVRA1CE expos tar .ale before the Court House cspoM for mle before the Co
} dist Church. 1 i I COMPANY at )Meiuv: on tie Erst >Ur !ftj tl Jin-<< door in the ciiyofrtl Acznstine oa ifo fol U If*
,. the third Monday
Fi.'wa ffo" on I.'I OF NEW YORK-NO. \VALLSt.., next the following described tract of land or.o much day Msy-next, the following dwcriWdTJS"or .

thePublic City H.t,Square'. On infi at St. Augustine. on thft I. T&ET Accumulated Fund.Noy. 1st, 1849. $900- thereof will pay the state and County taxes so much thereof ss will pay the 3atanSZ .f

k cJf\ >rt rfouth East of ) : 1" 000,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages \and the ncrwarytxpen es due thereon for *the;earI81. : taxes and the nseessury MIKIUCS due Un-reca Ot
i Haulm Hotel. .' GUIDE.I' on real estite in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks towit : year 1851. tf' wit : I
Lam, north of nfthe .'taie and Cty; of New York and United 160 acres of land formerly owned by Nfc-olo A Jot of laid in,the city nf 3t An ista;.
,ury : boai
I'joriJa House. CHARLESTO .States Gore.nment. Sheperd< at Lake Munroe. Present owner not k own. :i ded on ihe cad by ,Dra;.xio or Sin

This fJnd is rapidly increasing by a widely extended Double taxed for tht" year IF51. ['IlltA 1 of O Ponnr and A Master, on ue 111"\1 i." .

Miss Fotio. On : York. leaving: daily at and prosperous business. J. SIMPMON, iueriff and Ttx Collector: o. c. J Toloraato street on the -"ouili by tot of Witt"10 .

South of the Court to Wilmington 180 The Company declared a dividend ol profits olU- Feb. 23: ISSi I I Andrea deceased, on the North byan; aL.yu: ,,'

o. N. PG ,. On 1G2 miles.-To pe- ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the frlst, s" I Wiisom'ginsUy owned by the late Oeu
Tax Collectors 8ate.i .
Garden Lane. a.-'ro Acquia Creek of January, 1848.IIII .> deceased, and assessed to G. R. Fljr Du to2 ,..
c S5.-By Railroad to the Profits are divided atuoujj :: Y virtue of the: power vested in me by law, I I ing in all two acres more or less fI

D tt. F. ,. :) 92. To New-York the luinred. I j .LP shall expose fur sale before the Court House Unless taxes ,anJ expanses! Ire pail 'h'
.on Bridge Street. I"bi3..Time-CO hours. Fare The premiums are payable in cash annually,sem- |'door at xMellouville on the first A/mday of July! day of sale. I
.Doet. John E. ; Annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the j|> next the following! described tract of land or ..n'much if. fl. CAN'OVA,Sheriff lad uo!

<( 1tb! of)April o'clock f. x. caoh principle adopted!' by this Company t :State of Florida and County of Ora1gfor( the rear Nov 1.1851.Valuable. r.

F.:C Zylstra. ( 25. jures to the parties for whose benefit the insurances i 1851.to wit: .- -.-_ _
I, tUHt. ,- .)-The Osprey are effected the whole nf the advantages, without ,' "03 sere of Ian being part of a grant of 4000 TO LillGE 1'LAT&R.-

Saturday, at 4 o'c.ock, sabjecting them to the heavy drawback of eccumu- acres anetscd to Domin;*) A cost*, in section 3tf.: Tracts of Land .

Fare $20. fated premium notes. ,; township 20, Range 34 and 35 near Flowader Crack 'BlHJi suliscnber! as Ag/nt ot the several.raift L
'tl. S. iiou/d. ,. Leaving daily Peraonsma) effect insurance on their own lives Indian River. JL offers (or sate some of the won valuable y t.,7
and the live of other A married woman can in- J. $IL1PSON StlerifI'and Tax Collector : |
I illery) Liaeit. \ : Railroad to Augusta 136 r. in b'sst: Florida, to wit:

A. J ; : \ to Atlanta 1 1.-By cure the life of her hutband.tht benefits of which are jan3dl&53Y I 800 acres valuable hammock Ian J, WVtt efFIr.,.
Lnw office ). secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or chil : ington,known the Gihbe kinds
nt to Griffin 42.-B dren. Tax {;ullccur4 Sale.'gp ss Marion f:.,.
Geot ge R. Fait : Railroad to Montgomery :: virtue of dir power vested in me by law, 1100 acre* near the Alachua davaaaa: kaon...
4 .Law_ ifice in the i 331.-To New-Orleans Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries I I .UP I shall exp ".e for sale lrf re the Court Hou.etooratMehIonvlI the Garey Grnnt.
: miles. Time 123 hours. are specially invited ro avail thmjseives of a resource on Ih hrat1"nJ3Y: of July nett 1400 acres in 1an Frlisco 'ammnck a&JrrnaJ13YiU" ,

L ? whereby their surviving fauults may be secured I the following! d tended: tricu of l.n'i.or much I known ns the I
< 'fait face.: G. yiz Savannah, rom the evils of penury. thereof wul pay the. tUot" due tir'on the State 'Ynal'Ihvtband ncre gowil aaJ in tht Art.
,,, ,
1 House.Surveyor. : Savannah' 140 mi1',. Pamphlets explanatory of tiP principles of :Mutual Florists and County of Oian.:e for the year donJo Grant. -
', ,,,,,. : to and Western Kail- Life Insurance, and illustrating i".<' advantage with JK51 to 'it. I. 7000( acres on ILiUrnx Hi'r.. South, oTSCgustnekaowaas -

vcyor General, on << Macon laka 100.- forms applicationmay be obtained at the office oi 377 8"r" of lid b'Tonjina rr jurposed to belong : the Dulovr! Pla:jt-ttba h:ivin/ E
Lane anJ Hospital I Stage to Steamer Op toMo the Company, 35 Wall St.. or of any of iu agents. to hora.s J-'ortav! Hein itt ''
-LadOffice.-A. 65.-Total By distance 1,032- TRUSTEES. I IB rinpT 2outh nnJ eOt: ft!'<*.*c!'J tn the .tid I I And several oinrr boJii of hammock :aD;! ii'
I.ini-omce in. I Jos B Collins David C Colden 1h's F'nrh'ti. nivigubie watrTh -,-

TIuJ,. 7' 839.TABLE.50. Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwaius, t A jo, .V2 acre!'
: ,1nu. R H McCurr'y. Win Bett-s r .ng" 2:'- "/ll Kt, av *e'< to Ti.r ma.4 F"r: <*. to C :O. 1 K. FAfltB \RK. : .-
I Judge of & $. FareTime. Ered Winston, Joseph Bl nt. Al t.4Y, 513 IT.- in :* 'titn 31.: u)wn: liip 14. vouth Fcb2S. 1F.>2 St. AUi11 tin'FIorioft. .
I' in the Court House. rn. 87,95 C W Faber Isaac G Pearson, range 27 east, being 0:1 Wtst banks vt Lake Georgeand "
l'eterli. DIl 13,12 31 John P Yelverton Henry Wells, Tax Collectors
IIU. asifiwd to Thomas Forbes* Sale.
\ the Court House. "I' 4,00 8 Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore,' J. :iUI".jO'hcrifl"r.oJ Tax Collector.c. Y virtue of the power vested In ate bjU.,t
Rafael B. CG 4,00 9 Stacy B Collins, Zebcdee Cook, Jan 3. 1d32Preserve" SL& shall expose for sale before the Court. IJbtw
f >Lie' in the Court l 4,00 8 John'H wift, Joita Miller, at )Mellouvillr: the first Monday "of Joly .
tirkie Ac. erxr.At
I .CeZ1ect ,' of 28,00- John David Waddworth A following tract of land or
.Plaster* Hotel. the above places leave S M Cornell. Robert' Shuyler, p RESERVED Fruits aurtf'IJ-I'iumll.'IIfb"... of as will pay the t xi due thereon so the MmcbMl**.
10 o'clock X Limes, Apples Qncefl: Pin AH*"* Currants Sou J
) at ?
Inspector Gouv M Jameii
of Wilkins Chambers, Florida alit! County of Orange for
Oranges Fig, Strawberries. Currants and years l ito i I..
.Howard John V
Buildings, L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman wit :
I. //. Branson. vested by law I Fred Moses H Grinntll Guava Jelly Verraacilli, Macaroni, S.v.t't't Oil. 2301
in me Whittlesey, acres on the West iJe& and '
Filbriu Pro ajJacwjeg
AlmonJs. :Madeira iNnti, Nits.aortr :
.District of Florida) be ore the Court Hous Charles Ely Wm J Bunker, the eul ji.lei-f llvllifnx River a*vmd .
Ruck Citron Kafirs Osfi.' flay to pe&
G. R. Fairbanks. of AU.f1st John C Dutilh Candy. Candy. ,
first Monday Cruger Eugene .Miranda being in wction 39 anJ '40
Rum, Congress Water Cordials, ( Ginger to r ma it
the Court House. of land or so Walter Francis 'runes. ,
! tracts Joy, Lathrop, range 29 south! nad .n.t.
Deputy Marshal. taxes due theii'onth. Alfred Pell, J O Thatcher. Preserves, Spanish Oiiv I. Qmmpaign, (lartt. I.- J. SIMPSON: >heriffanJ Tax
quorsFarina, Wheaton G u'r lHtl Fr :.t"almon Co-c!!; !or, 9 e
I .lie, Court House. of Orange for the year JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. nu. ;tn3. 'H.V2
t I ISAAC ABB&TT, Secretary.Jostru : P-ckles: raper tSnp -'o. S'>' '". F'-n-j -

: Ga J. Turnbull swamp. belong- BLU.TT, Counsellor. Sonps. iV 'ker-, Jf nd.'r on F 'fin Ti ,. -M-- ART UNiON OF
Gss. L' returned e3 lioncy D.W' Tutaa co &,: :at. nilV.E
|I j Win G Foot G. R. FAIRBASXS, Agent.St. Augustine Fla. .
(rxn'tcf JucorparnJtw hr ih ,
'treet, a little l ; ] : Feb 16th. ___ I > BSinr, .f'
kt the Post office. "Nsnlvniiia. ,
I :: : or supposed .to A belong For. 1f !iU& \ @I 4 I B YrtJc.-! "n": c..ul.'t''u.9.Jic p wer rte .h''- no:. !>y !aw I Ilotted FT::: Tin. : inMoiov;: ; f : dp THR
.t2yor-GttI L. ; by ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. b'tt''' tpoa and will ijcpfe fur- !ij.! *SKT\Of&3frt&tVi.v .j'jjj,

Lutrence4nt1rczg. j 1 jat Fort Caprun o-, Iii finn ffvcrSt lt C:11.: CtlltY, rIz'D: : ri ;' iH ..
I Paul .Amau or nipposrd to bclon,: TillS I. STADLISHMENf hav (ihcze binn-i 'Cnurt fA>use in said county) UII ih< "'- -

B. 04. Mtd'icis. By B A Putnam Jillt.! ing undergone Thorough Rcpnirs this I first Monday rf May nt'lt.heiweeii the Liual l.cui_ OFFICERS.ritr I .

, f: J. Quince and Tax Collector, o. c ; is for ,I'tIt".lt"-oI.\Vin: ,: Jfsrtitcd titrt!! ifIrd.I rr remuch : f.. fA-.tv, / rnwituix D
present season, now rend : l\ttrn
o Clerk of the City > > FAMILIES I -a, will pay the Sae: a-idCoii:y T..i.f3 a<- 1 .:' rrest 'r-t. L'D.vAkj P. :\t'"T
; reception ot Company., ANDTRANSIZN1' 3V.f.. Tret
at the Council room.t.'iI s'e!'ntliTfon\ : fortheyrr IPS .
!. viz! : UTI'T, F. If. B-rr.rR. ,
Marshal : !Sale. I BOARDERS can have spacious lil 0:)> acre, of an (Muni ka vested in me by.law Apartments. I \\ ':. loru f;: .,.lj..,Sr(
the Court Howe Tfot.aud, in !aii county of St. Lucin,I,.. nn -00---
before Rooms Airy, Clean, and Neatness i dell on the North by Indian. : River IliAd, liir, '
first Monday of July next wu 1\1 .t : _..G :::: s : ,,
A C. Zylstra. much ittclf fnruish handsomely. J I South by St. Lucia Inlet! or' 1i.1.ert4 r.1r:. on tlii* I f,11' -
of land or so ,Notliin 'autlu-. -tlin. C"'i r)." 'tn Tin's q. W'iii:
;; I Fast by the vitlan.ie O.t'JI.ln.lol' the \\Vt: Mr .
I due thereon the s.aie The House is well known as being reently Indian Rvr. n,1 .c.'seJ against M jr'F.Voj.l!>ri p.-- Cfurk-s: M ici L ter. ':. |. 'Ul11 r. ilcury S. rttta.

;>o. Center,F. !:- for the year Icdl. Built, Expressly with n view to the Decom-'I I jandF. M. R:>bin n. riMd.-nis. Unit s tie: l.ueJ; *'>iJt>. M.. D.. dunes G. II.m r..n.Ii1; O !:.ew.

I Fitch bent: in odation of Intalldt and ethers, being entirely I thereon ond costs nr** ps .1! before the d.l)'uf*al.3JO ::. .' -j.lj! 1>. r-nrr. 'l. D.. f;"lwlu R. fop.-J'
I"- Thomns I' 7.I.ECMI.' Jn'm
.B'iriinjrame : Townships 14 and 16, ; built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Folding ALs", a?;t'A of.lud, (the me bti'ng ft pt' J....,,.. I.. Cugiiurn.T .S. flarf)1.. .,
I & Doors, &c., which renders it Free from of a Grant of 12.000 acre nia.Ie hr t.V! Ipui.1sGoverunrnt I
O' I -
,. fnl I Treasury I ShMiffjnd Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows to Emcbio Maria ton-vt on the! IJili 3J .. J
I Bur utA. E. Tax Collector. 49'j T < : ) :. for t-ln Year 11
July! IS 18) s'niated in said of rt' Lucia lt
{In fir.lt'quality I'.T I through, opening on Piazza Promenade Two county on I.; In t..: 'iy.j.. nui U'JJJ.JP'IO.I;I of f"un g D-
LlanJ lying b.-twecu C".bcrs Bar I
: an Jupiter
Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain
quota & ., No.2 Sale Cold known prin: of
n< Jupiter Wnnd !
III.D xcrpt.bO acres Jy-
j of the rubIiesq j !.' vetted in "e by law I Winds.&c., forming n desirable RETREAT from on the wet s>d r of Jupiter Narrows bcloiiffin: 'o HU.\TI.\GTO.V3 "r.H 11 TIAXA AXD flZl !
; fltfll.Jurt.. before the I IJ the'Estate of F, 3!. K. .1/orrL" n lute dccusej or so
HoodsVest side firrt Monday of Ju.y The House is situated facing Soaih in central much there 01" as will ny the Sate an,! County taxrA.'scssed !! Engrartl i, l'SIi'/J AJ-DREWSJ'.t..

Vjuth rtfTrt-usury i \.' tract of land or so position, and retired from other Dwellings. thenn fjr the years lE-t 1850 and -51. 'V ,,\:'"1ii TUB CU.\II'-\\IO'i,
&f A Jlf. TV due thereon the '! The House contains 45 Roomswith addition- A of
taxes unless the taxes tVrcn aud costs are, paul. before th- print ITiialifHtoK't "JJERCVfi bnt\M
In Dry Good and j, nnty of Orange for the ; nl Parlours, Dining, .Setting oo ns,nnd conveniences day of sale. C. L, BR A YTON, Sheriff Ex. ()ffi Elatedly A. //. !:Irtjuhi:. .\"'/, fri]

ground floor of I in general For Accommodation can- 'J'ax Assessor and Collrctor.Si. Or |he ch ! ,. ( Crmlnttt meet, I I T01pnh M Hernanlez in t not be surpassed.* Lucia Co. Florida. Four SpluaJidTIX EJ.r.a\'lup, 1"
I Misses S. &; 32. south and east. | The well earned Reputation: this House Jan 31. |52.
i Goods, &e. opi>o ) I. 'and Tux Collector, O. C. has from Year to Year acquired.jt will be thX. : 1
Tax ConeriorS .
I'a.e.B' ) Kxox's T-vrtcriETT
wde Chnrlotte Jpnx ITITTI :\hJty Qcu .
j Pedro limeS : I Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim sustain, and virtue of the power vested in me by law I SI.OTIPGNlrd by Lutz, mgrated by Sartwt. '
i fur the liberal Patronage heretofore she returns shall expose for sale before ihr Court Ilcuse 2.-RtTDuD BOAZ Painted
i ,comer of Cuna and by RolhermelEi.pml 1
J St1l .
( I her thanks. i in the'city! of St. 4unttine on the first Monday oi hn&trtain
F. J.
< I i
Qf ncy. \'f'StNj in me by law
I The Table will be supplied with choicet 1 May next, die following described or so 3.-3Jucl'.s
Dztj&traintedt9 ff
: ,George street before the Court Houw "ntittgto*, *{n-
no,. NeUjn. of Juy! next Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks. Venison, much thereof will pay the State: in" C,unty taxes red ly Ritchie., -r'
first Monday
,; *
and Shell Fish which this time. and the necessary due thereon for the .-C..ar.TI.tsJ.
. I' Hats and Dry ) of land or so much Turkeys at expenses year urn BZK CaiLoxu,Painted Jf 11." .

: corner of j due thereon the State our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or 1851.nngtj to wit____:ftJl-.::__ '-.. i. L .. _. . lihltun,En tl"tt4 I,JJ.Jl4rm.
I Lawrence Orange to wit: more Hunters sporting exclusively for this .uuu -crcizaraic: iaua oemg In section d-i, private ifldacopyoIthe

t near the Fort. ; J seres of land granted to House. ,I section surveys townshlp.5,South, range 2G, east, and Philadelphia Art Union' Reporter, .
39 5'
i louth 97
. John Usina. : Slorrats Wand, Indiati Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing of the New range east being A monthly pamphlet! ,containing a report of the MSfactions

1 1 tb* City Hotel.. I the year 1845 to and In- Tackles,Boats for Excursion,&c. !I miles part from St Augustine Switzerland, in tract St Johns, lying county about raid 28 of the Institution, and information OB tl* .'
MichVl l j of
Very Respectfully subject the
I' ,land Fine Arts
was in 1849 D R Dunham
;'; I rrflrt,l:, luw before day ot PROPRIETRESS. Agent THROUGHOUT
{ are paid of John L Engle, and assessed to John LEngle. WORLHThe
Jo'AIIl\ltJ"U'f, Sheriff and I I
Unless -00
taxes and expenses are paid before the day
I' tlwx\North Gate of ) : T.ax .Collector o c. IT. B.-It Is the wish of the Pro of sale. \rt Union of Philadelphia awards prim hits .

, B lir.1t" : prietress that the Servant attached I' R.E. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. own Carti-cstet; with which original America
to the Home should be civil, atten Tax Assessor and Collector works of Art may be purchased in any part ofibs v:
Bridler J c.
C a
4F. yli | | : Sale. tire, and obliging. Nov 1 1851. States' at the option and selection of theposea wb
Philip Gome vested in me by ww I may obtain a prize at thAnnual

:' &.c.,( Charlotte before the Court House CARMICHAEL AND OSGOOD'S Tax t.'olli'cior'. Sale. Distribution,

.AUe,. 1 firstMonday of April next DREDGING' MACHINE. vir ue of the power vested in me by law 1baU Which lakes place on the'}:renin of ths tail feet

.': '\ I I uf land or so much THE underssigned have been appointed agents By expose for sale before the Court Hou*** tlllY in trtry Year.

ST due thereon the State owners of his invention,and would recommend door in the city of Augustine on the HrM Monday THE EXECUTIVE eO.\I 11 I'rl'EE OF TW
J I :
Ofitee oft\s P for the 1861* it to Contractors, Companies or Individuals,
I year of May next, the following described property ART UNION. l
: Hotel.
I who are about doing work of the following description or so much thereof as will pay the State and When so request,select! works of Art,wit boot eharjt

,! !: pnrt of n tract nf ,viz: county taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon or compensation, from their
; ;-Roman Cttholic Anton m Ponce North Extensive-drainage of Swamps, Marshes, and :-u. for the year 1851 to wit : FREE GALLERY,210 CHESNUP STREET !

.quare.j luxcd. pr Plantations. i One lot of hal l within the limits of the city of 'or those persons in the country who may lire w .
,1.; Building Levees around Plantation Towns, St. Augustine boonJed the North Lot of '
on by moie from Galleries,or public exhibitions of the i
Episcopal I
4 Enst side! of Channel and removing Ban at the
ntl on the Opening way Marquis De Forgeris on the South by lot of Rev. Fine Arts. '
Presbytsritn" to beliine to Domingo mouth or Rivers and Harbors. H: Axtell and 31 S Pojau I. E i-t by Maria Sanckes

iSouth,.}'ll luJtli'tq of thesqnare.. I \\' 13, mnge 27, Making. Canals through Swamps,marshy or sandy I Igreund. crtck,'IDd west by Rev. H iitdl's, L-Jtand marsh Subscriptions of mJibenhip, $3. shl4 bas oLd'i :
of the St. Sebastian creek said lot returned
: in
was early eititlmemlKrstfearly '
a a practicable, /
.&rar the Magnolia o ;i* to
I Deepening water around Wharves and Piers. It51! by Michael Usina.and assessed to William tl.rilisdgett. number* of-Repirter.:' whie will be bw 'I
Sheriff, and channel Lakes and flivver
open way ,
I TIIMS: :: warded, the receipt of the to frfol
I OF I Tax Collector.o.c. *; removing Rafts or sunken Logs tearing up Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the the CODatr upon,. money: say '

Koota of Trees, etc. day of ,
The *
Secretaries *
sale.K. Honorary will give reeeipa .
.. '. Notice. To p :sons desirous of Improving waste Linds bY B. CANOV/4 hp.ritraDd vx-off.
subscriptions remittances be made
-tForthe Cojinties DrachiD mar to
<< drainage this nn be be recommended as tie
and Collector
IOtlYiUt GIVE That thirty Tux Assesror ,8.1.c. GEORGE W. DEWEY
on the only one adapted all the purpose i
third hereof. I shall apply to Nov 1. 1851> Corresponding Secrderf, I
Tuesday \ I To those who are building or repairing Canals,
bar ineach and Judge of the Ess- drains it, will be found of immense value, as it will A n ordinance lo amend an Ordinance 210 Chcsnut Street Philadelphia. [

'- For the couuy of leave to sell .the undnri-,> deepen the Canal, andat the same time form an em- J. prohibiting Horses andCflttJe -'ajOTICEIsbereb .
X day in April Leonora B Fatio,Ju. ;1 i bankment or"levee. from going at large within given to all persons ask

"Tor the county of minor children' of Mrs. J I| This machine is used with either horse or steam tbe City of St. Angnstine. tht. Estate of Fenaw I'

N cf April. in and to the one-sixth power which can b; Increased to any exte-t. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of Falany svnr. deceased, ehher as legates, Creoi'

for the counties containing eight hun :, They are now in successful ?operation in all parts of the City of St. Augustine, That i i' shall alsobe tor's or otherwise that they are required to pret ot
Vs isville, first situated ip the County cf :he county and may be seen at Charleston: ,South Car- lawful for the Cay Marshal, to report to the the same within two years from the data belt
l of the, St. John' riv or such elates will forever be barred
/or the Cooc olinia Navv Yard Mayor the keeper cf horse,
y ; Pens cola; and on the Canal between owner or any mare
I 8fel d Monday of) bounded as follows to Galveston: and San Louis. gelding, colt 'or mill', and also any cow. heifer, JOHN CAPO, Arfmbllstrat r. .
For the county of of said river at a cy- By application to J, S. sECOR Esq., our A gen- bull, ox'or calf found running at large within the Augustine, Frt 7th 1852 a.b _

S WadDefldayblfcre: running thence South 80| Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida the City of St. Aujrustine ; contrary to' the. provisions h'iebr.. JOSEPH HENRY Jisd rj>s|
For the county F, 50 chains to a pine drawing of the machine can be seen, with information : of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses and ,-J choice articles of Groceries.now Ham BUN'
tOW Monday cf 10 deg.West to anoth the Cattle ( large within the city of
at St.
as to cost etc, rom going Shoulders, Butters .Baxk'W
Cheese ,Lard. Fbi
West 50
I For the County North bO det. 12th '
July 1S51 Augustine. Rye Flour Cofie Fces
Crackers. Raisins
I on the second Me river and along said riv GILBERT& SECOR,New York Passed in Council l February 7th IW2I Tobacco, fie. 'Sligtr.
; said tract being known 1 E J. de MEDICEd, Mayor Pro Tern. .tie
q For the counties 60 PHI AT FATIO. OTICE Attest March 27 P. E.C -

::1 before the & of land Minors IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditor,Heirs CIIAS. HAAGER.e. c. .
Forth Legatees, ot.others interested in the Estate of Fresh "DpplJes. ',)
ri f Tuesday before county Henry Klonne late of dl. Johns County deceased, Billiard Table and Ten Fin Alley.At. JUSTreceired per cbr. Mary AnD f

For the that on the expiration of six l\fonths'CroDl the date .the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout the the follominjf articles. yjS.
county ...& .
! inNovember. Gin, Monongahela hereof,I will apply tithe Court of Probates for the day and .Evening. : Crackers, Butter, lArd Hams B4conQ .

For the county Scotch do. Ale sad Por County, of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final settlement Nor 29 no48tf S. MIR.NDA.NOW Potatoes Onions, Teas, Sugars. Flour, R

.. third Monday of? .' ,, do. Sherry do. of my scconnts with said Estate, and a discharge. as OPeflIu-Ornge*,. Lemon Ap Coffee, Beans, Spices Soap,. Broorp*, HaT'

J For the county : Cordials, Claret Win. administrator, thereof. Potato., Prune, Pea NUll,; assorted Corn, Oats, Brawl, Porter, Ale, tID4
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